My comment regarding Absolute Calendars and denying the ‘undeniable’

Thanks to JB for the opportunity

KIA February 23, 2017 at 12:48 am
Actually, Thursday isn’t Thursday in some places. In some countries, the calendar starts with Monday as the first day so Thursday is… Wednesday. Or ‘tree day’… (Or water, by the other calendar)
Calendars tell the day by cultural agreement of what day is what day. Really, without calendars Thursday would be quite indistinguishable from Saturday. Not absolute but relative. You might even say… “There is no spoon”… er, Thursday. Enjoy the day. -kia

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2 thoughts on “My comment regarding Absolute Calendars and denying the ‘undeniable’

  1. “Sun’s day”
    “Moon’s day”
    “Tiw’s (Tiu’s) day”
    “Woden’s day”
    “Thor’s day”
    “Frigg’s day”
    “Saturn’s day”

    are proof positive to the existence of the Anglo-Saxon/Teutonic, Norse, Greek and Roman gods.

    Checkmate, atheists!

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    • Exactly. The point of JB’S post was to mock those who deny the god of the Bible his ‘evident’ existence by using a particular day of the week as if it had universal application ‘evidently’. I showed him that his premise was ‘malformed’ to say the least

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