Fraser Orr writes:
> > Now he made the sea of cast metal ten cubits from brim
> > to brim, circular in form, and its height was five cubits,
> > and thirty cubits in circumference.
> All measurements are expressed to a degree of accuracy. If I
God doesn't have a measuring problem. Omnipotent, omniscient,
If he has (boo! hiss!), he should indeed express it. 10+/-0.05 cubits,
or something. He didn't say that. He said 10 cubits.
> say a room is ten feet by ten feet, I obviously mean that it
> ten feet wide, to the nearest foot, and ten feet long, to the
> nearest foot. This is basic and fundamental to the science
> of measurement.
Please quit flagellating the greasy spot on the dusty road where, once
upon a time, there used to lie a deceased equine.
Please, spare us from more Bible Science here. Mercy! I'd rather
search for divine messages encoded in the value of pi. I'm sure there
must be the Only One True Complete Bible in there, somewhere, along
with all the rest of divine inspirations.
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