John W. Coons
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John W. Coons commented on Steven Posey's group 'DINOSAURS!'
"Lou, scriptures say water came from "fountains of the deep".. We can see evidence all over the earth where water could have been stored. If water was stored under the oceans the empty storage caverns would have been collapsing due to the…"
Mar 30, 2013
John W. Coons commented on Steven Posey's group 'DINOSAURS!'
"Lou, I believe that Job appeared to live in a very turbulent time. Earthquakes, volcano eruption, etc. Maybe we do have some record of geologic disturbances. Just thinking out loud."
Mar 29, 2013
John W. Coons commented on Steven Posey's group 'DINOSAURS!'
"Lou, I do not have a dogmatic view of the Genesis account (or lack of). I am just posing questions. My engineering background causes me to ask many questions and try to look at all possibilities. I am not as learned as you so please…"
Mar 29, 2013
John W. Coons replied to General Nate's discussion 'Best argument against evolution'
"It is very difficcult to select something, there are so many arguments that can be used. However, most "hardcore"  evolutionists will not listen to reason anyway. It is the "fringe" evolutionist that may be reasoned with. If…"
Mar 2, 2013
John W. Coons replied to Steven Posey's discussion 'Rebuilding the World: post-flood technology' in the group Christian Anthropologists
"with the discovery of gold chains encased in coal ancient metal poles that do not rust and tools emcased in rock and coal, it is evident that ancient man (maybe pre-flood) had the ability to mine, process and work various metals."
Dec 9, 2012
John W. Coons replied to Steven Posey's discussion 'Rebuilding the World: post-flood technology' in the group Christian Anthropologists
"Below are the approximate melting points in degrees F. platinum     3,220 Fgold        1,945 Fsilver        1,761 Fcopper        1,983 Firon, wrought    2,800 Fbrass        1,832 FAluminum    1,240 FCast iron    2,360 Flead        621 Fzinc      …"
Dec 8, 2012
John W. Coons replied to Steven Posey's discussion 'Rebuilding the World: post-flood technology' in the group Christian Anthropologists
"Carolyn, you might research the Chinese. They were probably the first culture to design and use ultra-hot ovens."
Dec 8, 2012
John W. Coons replied to Steven Posey's discussion 'Rebuilding the World: post-flood technology' in the group Christian Anthropologists
"David, it is said that the Chinese had developed an oven that could reach high enough temperatures to produce porcelain (China)."
Dec 8, 2012
John W. Coons replied to Steven Posey's discussion 'What Do Cave Men Tell Us?' in the group Christian Anthropologists
"Lussac-les-Chateaux in West-Central France a cave was discovered in 1937 with wall painting of men and women in various clothing which included tall boots, belts with buckles, hats, pocketbooks or purses. http://www.s8int.com/sophis2.html"
Dec 8, 2012
John W. Coons replied to Steven Posey's discussion 'What Do Cave Men Tell Us?' in the group Christian Anthropologists
"Was'nt  there a cave discovered in France that had pictures on the wall that depicted a woman in a dress with a hat and pocket book over her shoulder?"
Dec 7, 2012
John W. Coons replied to Steven Posey's discussion 'Dragons & Dinosaurs: can we seperate fact from fiction?' in the group DINOSAURS!
"You are most welcome Steven. The website is run by a Christian."
Oct 26, 2012
John W. Coons replied to Steven Posey's discussion 'Dragons & Dinosaurs: can we seperate fact from fiction?' in the group DINOSAURS!
"This site had documented evidence of dinosaurs (dragons). http://s8int.com/dinolit1.html"
Oct 24, 2012
John W. Coons commented on N. C.'s group 'TheChurch'
"Many churches like to use "The Sinner's Prayer". I am sorry, but I want scriptures to support biblical practices. Because I cannot find this concept in the scriptures, I reject it as unscriptural."
Oct 19, 2012
John W. Coons commented on Steven Posey's group 'DINOSAURS!'
"Jim, did you enjoy the movie when you saw it?"
Oct 12, 2012
John W. Coons commented on Steven Posey's group 'DINOSAURS!'
"Has anyone seen the movie "Dinotopia"? I think it is a miniseries as it is about 5 hours long. It is about humans and dinosaurs living together on a "hidden island". While, the movie contains a lot of fantasy, it does show humans…"
Oct 11, 2012
John W. Coons replied to Steven Posey's discussion 'Noah's Ark: How, Who, When, Where?'
"If God could call the animals to the Ark, He also could have kept the animals from growing large enough to be a problem. If the animals were not hibornating, then there would have had to be substantial amount of food on board to keep them for a…"
Oct 7, 2012

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