• The parting of the Red Sea. That is something I would have to see to believe.
  • The parting of the Red Sea tops my list.
  • The impregnation of Mary, because I have no faith in the Immaculate Conception. Not because I am a voyeur.
  • The Sermon on the Mount Excellent guidelines on how to treat other people are given here.
  • I'd want to see how many drugs I'd have to be on to hear a burning bush talk to me. <Downrates, Bring it!>
  • I'm with my friend Zack; I would love to have seen the parting of the Red Sea. Must have been an awesome sight.
  • The resurrection.
  • Yup! The old parting of the Red Sea would do it for me!
  • Adam and Eve in the Garden of Eden, doing some stuff ;)
  • Thank you for your question Galeanda:) I wish to have witnessed the crucifixion and resurrection of Jesus Christ:)
  • the crucifixion
  • Adam and Eve. I love to see it.
  • &#039;In the beginning', the big bang, where it all started, that would answer a lot of questions...
  • I would have loved to see David bring down Goliath with a stone and a sling.
  • The ocean spreading to let the non-sinners walk thru..
  • the delivery of the 10 Commandments would have been one of my favorites, did he wear Brown shorts and shirt?
  • The creation...
  • The angel Gabriel on the eve that he visited Mary when she was told that she will be the mother of god's son.
  • So many, it's hard to choose. Besides the Sermon on the Mount, I would like to have seen the events in the book of Job, where Satan goes to Heaven and talks to God. Or maybe the Fall itself, where Satan's pride ultimately gets him and his cohorts kicked out of Heaven. Great question, Galeanda! One of those I read and wonder, "Now, why hasn't anyone ever asked that before?!!"
  • Jesus praying in the Garden of Gethsemane.
  • Joseph in his amazing techni-colored dreamcoat. Seriously.... can that count? Because that has always fascinated me.
  • satan being thrown from Heaven comes to mind- although I wish it hadnt happened...what a battle that would have been- Revelation 12:7-9 And there was war in heaven. Michael and his angels fought against the dragon, and the dragon and his angels fought back. 8But he was not strong enough, and they lost their place in heaven. 9The great dragon was hurled down—that ancient serpent called the devil, or Satan, who leads the whole world astray. He was hurled to the earth, and his angels with him.
      Two different events. In Luke Jesus says, "I was watching Satan fall from heaven like lightning."...but the author of Revelation - which was written at least several decades AFTER Jesus said that - records for us "I will show you what must take place after these things", and the passage you quote is included in those future events ("future" from the perspective of the author of Revelation). The author of Revelation is using the past tense in chapter 12 (and throughout most of chapters 4-22) because he was recounting a vision that he had already had. The author CLEARLY indicates that said portion of the vision is describing FUTURE (from the author's perspective), not PAST, events.
  • The gathering of the animals and the loading up of the ark by Noah.
  • The parting of the Red Sea.
  • The resurrection. Wow.
  • The last supper
  • The birth of the Messiah.
  • The Apocalypse!
  • I would have wanted to see how a hand full of people; Noah, his three sons, and their wives, managed to gather so many animals from all over the world(2, male and female from each spicies)and put them in the same ark. We know that there are many animals on this continent not found in the Old World. Those animals must have been carried from here to the ark and then brought back afterwards. I mean, for example, did the kangaroo swim or jump from Australia to Asia? Did the giraffe, hippopotamus, antelope, lions, tiggers, orangoutan, etc, journey from Africa in search of the ark? How did they feed all those animals? Those big cats don't eat grass, they eat meat and need to hunt. How much food did they supplied that ark with? How did they managed to keep those animals from eating each other? How did they manage to clean the animals crap? How much water did they put up in the ark for they and all the animals to drink? All of this went on for 40 days!! I would have really loved to witness 7 people carrying out such a monumental task. I seriously do.
      If you would actually read the Biblical account, you would see that no gathering of animals was required by any human agency.
  • Genesis 18, where Abraham negotiates with God about Sodom and Gommorah....and lived to tell the tale.
  • I would like to have seen the crucifixion. Otherwise the Garden of eden before the fall of man.
  • The parting of the Red Sea. As an aside: That would be very cool to have on video. Friends would not mind watching your vacation videos if you had that.
  • I would like to see satan in his angelic form,his fight with god and his fall. Btw do you know what the seven deadly sins would be if satan won?But ofc the seven heavenly virtues: chastity, temperance, charity, diligence, patience, kindness, and humility.
      None of those things are in the Bible except for an EXTREMELY brief description of Satan's fall (which, in the Bible, Jesus claims to have seen.)
  • very true
  • moses parting the ocean
  • Creation.
  • I would want to see the creation of the new heaven and new earth (because if so, then I would be apart of it!). It would be great to eat from the tree of life once again, just as Adam and Eve did, and drink the living water before the very throne of God. That would be amazing.
  • I would want to witness the noah and the ark part..I really would like to know which version is the one that is true(the bible has more than one version of the same story) And I would want to actually see the how it is that nothing supports the entire earth being covered with water..large portion of it..but not the entire earth. :)
  • The Great Flood I guess, but I still would not know if that flood covered the whole planet. It would be cool just chillin with Noah though.
  • Exodus ... I would like to have been witness to the divine intervention proofs that God Is God ... from the plagues to the pillar of fire to the parting of the sea ...
  • I would say the battle between Shammah and the Philistines. One of David's Mighty Men, Shammah took a stand in the middle of a feild of lentils while the isreali army fled, and he destroyed the entire philistine army. I have always been in awe of those men, and there are a great many lessons that can be learned from these stories.
  • The feeding of the 5000;it sounds tasty.
  • Noa's Arc
  • The Ressurection - that is what it all hinges on after all.....
  • the parting of the Red Sea,when Moses his peoples try to escape the Egyptians soldiers.
  • Either the Red Sea crossing or the Sermon on the Mound.
  • Eve w/o clothing?! ;-)
  • the truth
  • I'd love to see Jesus visiting with Mary, Martha, Lazarus, and the Apostles. Just to see that Jesus, the Son of God and Man, had good times, laughing, sharing jokes, fellowshipping with his friends around the dinner table. Other Biblical events would be amazing to witness, but what I'd most like to see would be Jesus, relaxed and hanging out with his friends.
  • Creation
  • the resurrection of Jesus
  • Jesus’ ascension into heaven
  • The Bible is a fictional novel. None of the events in it are truthful, as there is 0 evidence to match a single one of them.
      Whatever the truth (or lack thereof) of the certainly is not "a fictional novel". Clearly you have never bothered to read it.
  • Parting of the red sea. Huge event in terms of human development as well because it proves that humans exodus enmasse not only for food and security but also religion, which animals don't.
  • I would have liked to be at Mt Sinai when God gave us the Torah.
  • What is central to my beliefs: the Crucifixion followed by the Resurrection. However: one might argue that no human was witness to the Resurrection and that the event is not really described in the Bible.
  • Jesus' ascension to Heaven, knowing He will return in the same manner. Acts 1:9-12 "And when He had said these things, as they were looking on, He was lifted up, and a cloud took Him out of their sight. 10 And while they were gazing into Heaven as He went, behold, two men stood by them in white robes, 11 and said, Men of Galilee, why do you stand looking into Heaven? This Jesus, who was taken up from you into Heaven, will come in the same way as you saw Him go into Heaven."
  • Receiving the Laws at Mt Sinai
  • When the saints come marching in I want to be in that number.
  • Creation. Then I would know for sure if it was God or coyote who created humans.
  • It was certainly an inspiring time for those who participated in the movement of God's word to Asia Minor as recorded in Acts 19:9-20 “...he [Paul] departed… and separated the disciples, disputing [reasoning] daily in the school of one Tyrannus. And this continued by the space of two years; so that all they which dwelt in Asia [Asia Minor] heard the word of the Lord Jesus, both Jews [Judeans] and Greeks. And God wrought special miracles by the hands of Paul: So that… unto the sick… the diseases departed from them, and the evil spirits went out of them. And this was known to all the Jews [Judeans] and Greeks also dwelling at Ephesus… and the name of the Lord Jesus was magnified. And many that believed came, and confessed, and shewed [disclosed] their deeds. Many of them also which used curious [paranormal] arts brought their books together, and burned them before all men: and they counted the price of them, and found it fifty thousand pieces of silver. So mightily grew the word of God and prevailed.”
  • I don't believe any of that shit only a fool would think any of it happened. Haven't you worked out yet the biggest liars are churchies?
    •'s clear that you haven't read the Bible. I can understand someone not believing the miracles described in the Bible (I used to be one of those people)...but there's lots and lots and lots of the Bible that is not miracles and has nothing to do with miracles. Kings conquering kingdoms. A queen who killed all of her male relatives so that she could rule the nation (but she missed one, a newborn boy that she didn't know about...). A king who sacrificed his son to his god when an invading army approached the gates of his city. Etc.
    • 11stevo73
      Ive read plenty of lies in that book never found any trueth in it what so ever its all ways pushed at me by liars and paedophiles are you a paedophile have you ever covered up for 1? If yes you are on my list. The bible is full of bs as far as Im concerned those that hide behind it usually are rockspiders are you a rocky?
  • I would have liked to be there when the "Law" came down at Mt Sinai.
  • The giving of the law at Mt Sinai.
  • The receiving of the Torah (Bible) at Mt Sinai.

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