If you go back to my OP I never said God agreed with a whom.I know what you wrote, that is why I have questioned it.This is what you wrote and in context: #1The story of Genesis indicates in its pages that within centuries of being created humanity as a whole became so evil they did not deserve to live. God agreed with this position and so as the righteous judge properly and lawfully sentenced humanity to be annihilated.I said God agreed with the position that story of Genesis conveyed in respect of humanity,But Genesis, although it is said to be is "god inspired" wasn't written before the flood, was it?And why is that you always want to discuss what the scriptures don't even mention, when questioned on all things biblical?Firstly, this is not true.This thread - your thread - proves different doesn't it. You want to discuss things that the scriptures don't even mention. its in the title- your title:Author:Tradesecret,2 days ago. Does God demand that ONLY adult animals go onto the Ark?So you accept that neither the scriptures nor god does not mention "ONLY adult animals" but you want to discuss something not mentioned.I often discuss what the scriptures do say.So you have grasped the only reason that this religion forum exists.Why is that you prefer to discuss what the biblical authors haven't even written or what biblical characters don't even say?I do not think that it is a preference of mine at all.Not true.I prefer to discuss the bible and to read it in its context.Well this thread alone shows that to be false doesn't it. Where does it clearly state that god commanded that ONLY INFANT animals enter into the ark? It doesn't does it? But here you are, attempting to make a point and build an argument around something the scriptures do not even state.Is asking question about what isn't even written in scripture or words not spoken said by Jesus , his disciples or written by the biblical authors, discussing the bible "in context"?
Given that your responses are obviously all tongue in cheek, i don't see what needs to be replied to.