Christian 'Sacred' Hart came here claiming to want some feedback about an inane 'prophecy' - where if it is true then one has to take every single verse of the Bible as a prophecy of some sort. This, in fact, seems to be her claim, as everything just flows out from: "In the Beginning ..." So, after politely answering her question, which has rather tenuous linkage to the movie, she proceeded to deliver her mini-sermon on her unique and oxymoronic theology, i.e. in reconciling anarchy with a religion. The latter of which was (and are) clearly tools of state to control the credulous. I will concede that it is possible that she did not take the time to read the content here to gain a better idea of what we are about, one of which is in clear opposition to her theology. In addition, after her sermon, I felt it necessary for discussion sake to point out some contradictory fleas in her merry beehive, which she rudely ignored and then proceeded to wonder if I will get all Inquisitiony on her. This is highly ironic considering all the humans that her loving god has sicked his Iron Rod on ... much worse than Inquisition Style. There is no anarchy allowed with the big MF. And she wants to condone the acts of the admitted author of all evil (Isaiah 45:7 KJV or the Hebrew) while accusing me? Not on my watch. Richard Stanley said: ↑ And all this developing out from the absurd premise that your propagandic holy 'history' book starts out with "In the Beginning". Jerry said: What's absurd about this premise? Genesis 1 does start out "in the beginning". Which was my original point, that Genesis is a creation myth, not a prophecy. She's not just talking about this inane non-prophecy, which is really just cribbed from the Mesopotamian Creation epics, but she used the fact that the complete Bible propaganda starts with "In the Beginning ... " to say that this makes her feel assured that its all wonderfully true, big open-minded truth seeker that she is. One that refuses to answer my questions. I wonder what part of her designed houses are allegorized by the story of the fallen drunk and naked Noah (obviously really) getting caught eating Ham , whereby the embarrassed Noah takes it out on his grandson Canaan and makes them slaves to uncles Shem and Japheth? I can't figure out which story is more sacred that the next. Like the earlier story of Lot carnally offering his daughters to the Sodomites in place of God's angels, and then after God destroys the place the drunken Lot has sex with his daughters. This last one must be the master bedrooms. The first must be the kitchens. And am I now to wonder if Christian still owns slaves? Or is this all evidence of her evil aspect (which only she can divine) of the wonderful Bible, like Joseph and the 'pharaoh' colluding to enslave all the Egyptians. Hmmm.