Talking animals in the Bible
A talking snake is mentioned in The Book of Genesis. Satan went as a snake and tempted Eve to eat a forbidden fruit. They did not know any right or wrong before eating that fruit. When they ate that fruit the Invisible Wizard who lives in the sky was pissed of and he kicked them out of the Garden of Eden. God was (and is) omnipresent so he knew what was happening in Garden of Eden. But since Satan assumed the form of a snake (But why?) God decided to punish all the species of snakes by removing their legs or wings. God cursed the serpent: "upon your belly you shall go, and dust you shall eat all the days of your life;" the woman he punishes with pain in childbirth and with subordination to man: "your desire shall be for your husband, and he shall rule over you;" and the man he punishes with a life of toil: "In the sweat of your face you shall eat bread till you return to the ground." When an evilutionist see a snake he speaks of the Natural Selection that created the snakes. But we creationists know it is not so. Some snakes have internal legs and their Pharyngula stage contains legs. That proves God did it.
"And the ass said unto Balaam, Am not I thine ass, upon which thou hast ridden ever since I was thine unto this day? was I ever wont to do so unto thee?" Numbers 22:30. That settles it. Donkeys can talk. Do not believe the so called secular scientists. The final word to the interpretation of science is the Bible. Since Balaam’s Donkey talked when Balaam gave it a good kick Kansas School Board launched a project to make donkeys talk. Students are given a project to mercilessly flog donkeys whenever possible. Till now no donkey has spoken yet. However creation scientist Ken Ham says creationists must not give up hope. He added that Balaam’s donkey spoke when there was an angel. He added that Bush had promised him that he will make NASA and FBI hunt down angels. Ken Ham said that Bush was doing him that favor since it was he who advised Bush on his policies on science and education.
The donkey is from the story, "Balaam and the Talking Donkey" and the snake is from the all-known, omniscient story "Adam and Eve."
Bible makes it clear that donkeys and snakes are the only animals that can talk. The final word to any question on science is the Bible.
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- Script of Balaam's chat with his donkey