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Can modern science now prove that our Intelligent Designer named the God of Abraham was referring to mold and mildew when He used the word ?

plague found inside homes and on clothing used in ancient writings?

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  • 1 month ago

    The Hebrew word סרעה refers to uncleanness generally, of all sorts of kinds, for instance menstruation and after a seminal emission. It includes mould and mildew but also a host of other things.

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  • 1 month ago

    I'm not sure what "ancient writings" you are referring to, but, I'll assume there are some. 

    The God of Abraham was not referring to mold and mildew when He used the word

    plague, he was referring to plague. 

    It's only morons trying to "spin" his "comments" to make it sound as if 

    1) he knew what he was talking about, and was not an ignorant moron

    2) he doesn't exist, and other people attributed this crap to him, but they too, were ignorant morons. 

    • That's funny because I have a number of different Bibles that now refer to plague as mold and mildew. 

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  • Jea
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    1 month ago

    Science deals with reality, not fantasy.  It proved no god can exist, without ever even considering a god.  Religion and science are polar opposites, One deals exclusively with reality, the other exclusively pretending reality is not The two can never reconcile.

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  • 1 month ago

    Modern science doesn't care about an Intelligent Designer.

    However, maybe linguistic could trace the evolutions and transliterations of the words for mold and plague in ancient biblical languages.

    Personally, I can't.

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  • 1 month ago

    God is in heaven...Jesus Christ

    Is your home in heaven?

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