There was a little green fairy that lived in a water tower that was painted like a balloon. It often visited a hot dog restaurant that served little red wieners that was located on Main street in a town called Wytheville. Often it would go tubing between Ivanhoe and Austinville on the New River. Afterwards it would stop in Fort Chiswell at a place that had golden arches and eat a huge sandwich called a Big Mac.<quoted text>
Seriously man, you crack me up. Do you have any idea how many historians refer to the Bible as documented history? Have you ever even read it? How more accurate could history be than when it's written down by the people it happened to? So are you saying that Israel wasn't divided into 2 separate kingdoms thousands of years ago? Was Solomon not the richest king who ever lived? Has Jesus not been documented in thousands of different manuscripts during the time he was alive and after He died - including those who aren't Christian writings? He was prophesied in the Old Testament and fulfilled every single prophecy that was written thousands of years before He came. I just don't see your basis of denying historical facts. Perhaps if you spent a little less time online looking at biased atheist articles and blogs you might actually have a clear conscience so you can come up with your own conclusions.
Here you go, historians hundreds of years from now will be able to prove that all of these places existed, so the little green fairy must be real.
Christians = sheep baaaahhh