Monday, October 18, 2010

Ray Comfort really can't learn....

Today Dumbdumb said this:
Monday, October 18, 2010
Some time ago I quoted Steven Hawking saying that gravity was a law. I guess you didn't see it. You may deny that gravity is a law that can be broken. But if you violate its precepts and jump from 10,000 feet without a parachute you will think you are right, until you hit the ground. It's the same with the Law of God. I'm sure you will stubbornly hold onto your belief that you haven't violated it until the moment you die, but then it will be too late. Posted by Ray Comfort on 10/18/2010 06:34:00 AM 


Wow. Yeah, this is stupidity at it's finest. But I recalled we hashed this over once before. 

On 2/24/10, just 8 short months ago, Dumbdumb said this:

If you hit the ground at 120 mph from 1,000 feet, you will suffer the consequences of violating what physics.about.com calls the law of gravity. If you will remember the context in which I called gravity a law--I said that if you break the law of gravity, you will suffer the consequences, and if you violate God’s Law you will suffer the consequences--"The soul that sins, it shall die." 
 He was ROASTED over this. Falling violates the law of gravity?? WTF? 


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