Nowhere in the bible does it state that Jesus wasn't a raptor.
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Nowhere in the Bible does it state that Jesus wasn't a raptor.
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Sentence #635647

Nowhere in the Bible does it state that Jesus wasn't a raptor.
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Nirgends in der Bibel wird klargestellt, dass Jesus kein Raptor war.
Nenie en la Biblio klariĝas, ke Jesuo ne estas velociraptoro.
Nessuna parte della Bibbia dice che Gesù non era un velociraptor.
येशू हा एक रॅप्टर नव्हता असं बायबलमध्ये कुठेही दिलं नाहीये.
En ninguna parte de la Biblia está escrito que Jesús no era un velocirraptor.


2010-11-26 05:13
Bible should be capitalised, shouldn't it?
2010-11-26 08:17
ok, so it´s Bible. i´m not a friend of capital letters.

but could the one who tagged this as a lie, quote the verse of the bible where it states that jesus wasn´t a raptor?
2010-11-26 09:54
That was Scott - you'll have to ask him his reasoning.
2010-11-26 10:54
IMHO “offensive” would work better here than a “lie”, because the sentence, though not 100% lie (well, it’s hard to deny Bible does not contain such negative statements), it’s provocative and potentially offensive for believers.
2010-11-26 11:06
i must contradict: bravesentry.com is not as relevant to huge parts of mankind as the bible or jesus. "jesus was a raptor.", which this sentence implies as a possibility, is a pretty bold theory, at least in comparison to "john roberts owns bravesentry.com.". the above sentence is a subtle means of blasphemy, while "Nowhere in the Bible does it state that BraveSentry.com isn't owned by John Roberts." is just a statement of obvious thruth without relevance.

but of course i must admit that one is more likely to need sentences like "Hello, how are you?" or "What time is it?" than this one in everyday conversation.

@demetrius: ack.
2010-11-26 11:08
Oh, you gave the idea how to tag it! “Blasphemy” :)))
2010-11-26 12:21
Is the syntax correct ?
I would have said "Nowhere [...] is it stated that [...]" and not "Nowhere [...] does it state [...]".

But I'm no native
@Needs Native Check
2010-11-26 12:27
I think the syntax and grammar is fine. I also think the 'lie' tag should come off.