Just had a look. Quite amusing, really. If I had the time it would be fun to write a 'no, it's because...' reply for them all. As a sidelight, when I was doing the web-reserch on the whole 'God stopping the sun & moon' issue, I can across many theories. Non-Christian: All said 'this would mean that the earth stopped spinning, which is impossible - besides, everything would fall off' Christian: Well, quite a few, really. Main ones are: 1) It is a miracle. Heck, God made everything, why can't he meddle a bit when he wants? 2) obviously it did not really physically happen, it is a metaphor (or whatever the correct word is) 3) it is mistranslated and/or taken out of context. I was quite disappointed that nobody even thought of this quite simple explanation (thought up by me in about 5 seconds :grin: ): In a period & culture where time is basically measured by the passage of the sun (and moon), surely the sun & moon standing still is a very graphic reference to time being stopped or slowed? But I digress, my point is that often (especially on the web) non-Christians tend to be far more inflexible of thought & dogmatic than Christians. :-?