The debate "If god was so mad about the tower of Babylon he destroyed it how does he feel about rockets" was started by
March 26, 2015, 10:00 pm.
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Devin, project_mayhem, Getmurked, stormshy, transfanboy and 2 visitors agree.
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The tower of Babylon was also built out of curiosity and I'm not religious. So I believe our "scattered languages" are just a result of civilizations scattered across the world therefore making their own languages.
yes, and its a big fact that he didnt destroy it, he scrambled our languages so we couldnt communicate effecitvely enough to build it. which explains our difference of speech nowadays, if your religious
The rockets are being built out of curiosity, not pride. That difference in intention maces a big difference.
He was mad about the reason it was being built. The people thought they could reach heaven with the tower. He destroyed it because the activity was useless and counter-productive, they wouldn't reach heaven. Also to make the point that you're not going to Heaven till you die.
Rockets are trying to reach Mars, not heaven. So they have a purpose, and they don't misinterpret doctrine.
My argument here is that if a god was so upset over some tower that he destroyed it, why hasn't he destroyed our rockets, satellites, Mars rover etc.?