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Frosty The Snowman Biblical

Is Frosty the Snowman a Biblical song that Christians should sing this time of the year?

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regardless of flood, regional or worldwide, Noah had the right Insurance.
---aka on 12/29/10

aka....your absolutely right.
---Trav on 1/3/11


regardless of flood, regional or worldwide, Noah had the right Insurance.
---aka on 12/29/10


The word Frost is in the Bible but the word Frosty the Snow Man is not.
---tonne on 12/27/10


Trav, please quote me by cutting and pasting where I've said ANYTHING in favor of the song Frosty the Snowman.
---Cluny on 12/26/10

You're question reflected your disaproval....not approval.....it was(snow) as we both know. It was all in fun an pun.
Next time say, this is great....more flood stuff.
Job 38:22
Hast thou entered into the treasures of the snow? or hast thou seen the treasures of the hail,
Isaiah 1:18
Come now, and let us reason together, saith the LORD: though your sins be as scarlet, they shall be as white as snow, though they be red like crimson, they shall be as wool.
---Trav on 12/27/10


\\You have Frosted intruding discussion appropriately on a frosty blog. Frosty would be proud of newest Frostapostle. Tell him I said hi...before spring.\\

Trav, please quote me by cutting and pasting where I've said ANYTHING in favor of the song Frosty the Snowman.
---Cluny on 12/26/10




The Flood and post-diluvian civilization is related to the song FROSTY THE SNOWMAN just how?
---Cluny on 12/19/10


Well, trying to put the flood on a global basis scripturally when the evidence is otherwise is like saying Frosty melted and caused the global flood.
We did not mean to interupt the spritual significance of your testimoney on Frosty. You have Frosted intruding discussion appropriately on a frosty blog. Frosty would be proud of newest Frostapostle. Tell him I said hi...before spring.
---Trav on 12/20/10


"The paradigm of a spherical ...---micha9344 on 12/19/10

Start another blog and I'll adress your pair-of dimes.
Start a list...you left out the seven clean, food and the Bermuda grass seed.
---Trav on 12/20/10


The Flood and post-diluvian civilization is related to the song FROSTY THE SNOWMAN just how?
---Cluny on 12/19/10


"The paradigm of a spherical Earth was developed in ancient Greek astronomy, beginning with Pythagoras (6th century BC), although most Pre-Socratics retained the flat Earth model. Aristotle accepted the spherical shape of the Earth on empirical grounds around 330 BC, and knowledge of the spherical Earth gradually began to spread beyond the Hellenistic world from then on"--Wiki
Feed for 9000 animals averaging about sheep size would only take up almost 2 million (1971000) cubic feet for one year.
9000 animals averaging sheep size would only need just over 1 million (1080000) cubic feet of living space.
totaling 3051000, not even near the 30 boats that some here suggest is unsurmountable.
---micha9344 on 12/19/10


6:12b all flesh had corrupted his way upon the (Erets)land,country.
6:13b end of all flesh is come before me (Erets)land,country.
6:17b to destroy all flesh, wherein [is] breath of life, from under heaven, and every thing that [is] in(Erets)land,country
Looks quite clear to me..all men corrupt, all flesh, every living thing.
---micha9344 on 12/17/10

Me too, when you read land country as it should be above. Inserted correct translation in your post above. (Earth was flat until a few hundred years ago...to writers of scripture).
Destroying everything in the "land,Country" living was what happened....in the land,Country of Noah's unperfect generation cousins.
---Trav on 12/19/10




post2
size and capacity: 450'x150'x45'=over 3 million cubic feet of space (3037500) for two of each kind of land and air animal. We're talking family and genus here, not species.
---micha9344 on 12/17/10


Well micha, you have many insurmountable problems here. First of which is the additional food for your genus's. It would have taken 30 Arks to handle every insect,plant,tree,flower,grass,nut, reptile and special "genus" life you refer too.
Your 15th century catholic-universal man, one world (gov)doctrine needs all men to have come from Noah...and it goes past even common sense today to get there.... as is proven easily. Epic Flood...happened. To Noah's line.
---Trav on 12/19/10


Genesis:
1:10 And God called the dry [land] Earth...God saw that [it was] good.
6:7 And the LORD said, I will destroy man whom I have created from the face of the earth, both man, and beast, and the creeping thing, and the fowls of the air, for it repenteth me that I have made them.
6:12b for all flesh had corrupted his way upon the earth.
6:13b The end of all flesh is come before me
6:17b to destroy all flesh, wherein [is] the breath of life, from under heaven, [and] every thing that [is] in the earth shall die.
6:19b And of every living thing of all flesh
Looks quite clear to me..all men corrupt, all flesh, every living thing.
Maybe everywhere else was not corrupt?
---micha9344 on 12/17/10


post2
size and capacity: 450'x150'x45'=over 3 million cubic feet of space (3037500) for two of each kind of land and air animal. We're talking family and genus here, not species. Most estimates come in around 16,000 different kinds of animals maximum including the 12 or so different kinds of dinosaur, most of which were sheep size or smaller. Some estimate that the Earth could repopulate into it's current ecosystems with as little as 2,000 different kinds within 6,000 years.
As far as vegetation, it floats. Check information on floating islands and relate that to an uprooted world due to a flood that covered the whole 'Erets'
---micha9344 on 12/17/10


keep trying Trav, rather, rely on the Word of God:
2Pet 3:5b-6 and the earth standing out of the water and in the water: ---micha9344 on 12/10/10

Well,searchers for truth will want to exercise studying the Hebrew word "Erets" used over 1,700 times and meant land or country. Cain was driven from the "erets", locust covered the "erets" etc.
Erets/kosmos as it is 2Peter is perfectly in line with Noah's Erets/land country. Your doctrine has many problems you've never considered, possibly can't consider scripturally. No one challenged it.
Beside dated preflood history marching through the flood...you have water psi problems, Ark size and Capapcity problems. Scripture doesn't have problems.
---Trav on 12/16/10


Most of the time 'civilization' refers to written record of kings and rulers.
As far as 'ages':
Genesis 4:22 And Zillah, she also bare Tubalcain, an instructer of every artificer in brass and iron: and the sister of Tubalcain [was] Naamah.
Seventh generation of Adam through Cain.
People actually digressed after the Tower of Babel, not being able to communicate their knowledge between each other.
---micha9344 on 12/12/10


I used to cry when he was melting in the spring time. Very sad Cartoon. :(
---JOhn on 12/11/10


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Civilisation ... what do those sources mean by that?

How do the Stone, Iron and Bronze Ages fit in?
---alan8566_of_UK on 12/11/10


"Civilization first developed in the Indus River valley in present-day Pakistan in the middle of the 3d millennium B.C., more than a thousand years earlier than it did in China". history-world website
middle of the third millenium? c.2500bc?
China, c.1500bc?
"Most scholars believe that this Neolithic culture immediately preceded the Shang period, when civilization emerged in China about 1700 B.C."-same site
relying on unstsble dating methods and even man's written record without the guidance of the Spirit seems vanity.
keep trying Trav, rather, rely on the Word of God:
2Pet 3:5b-6 and the earth standing out of the water and in the water: Whereby the world that then was, being overflowed with water, perished:
---micha9344 on 12/10/10


"The almost complete absence of any mention of Menes in the archaeological record"-wiki....
---micha9344 on 12/9/10

Yeah, mighty trustworthy place that wiki.Ha. Chinese also walk right through the flood as do Indus Valley records of their kings back to 3,100bc...predates the flood.
You've been taught as I by seminarians.
Your doctrine is a late universalist/cath-olic doctrine.
In fear you cannot consider anything else. Rather be afraid of the False...that carry a far greater penalty. There is no freedom in the false.
Wide is the way to...
---Trav on 12/10/10


"The almost complete absence of any mention of Menes in the archaeological record"-wiki
"(There are no precise or agreed-upon year dates for any of the Old or Middle Kingdom periods, and reign estimates differ widely from one Egyptologist to the next.)"-wiki
As was stated the Assyrians are descendents of Asshur, whom Nimrod went to and built Nineveh on his land. The same Asshur whose grandfather was Noah.
"Initially established during the Pre-Classic period (c. 2000 BC to 250 AD), according to the Mesoamerican chronology, many Maya cities reached their highest state of development during the Classic period (c. 250 AD to 900 AD"-wiki
Anything earlier than written record relies on unstable dating methods.
---micha9344 on 12/9/10


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If one would research the written record, one would find that civilazations were established after the flood, even after the tower of Babel.
There were no civilizations that survived the World Wide Flood.
---micha9344 on 12/4/10

Yes, if all would research one would find King Menes records 3050 years before Christ. They already had a civilization going. Your fictional flood never interupted their civilization.
Assyrian calendar starts at 4750bc. They march right through your flood.
As do the American Indians, Mayans and several others. Erets...might free ya to establish a Hebrew handle on this. Instead of using doctrinal need.
---Trav on 12/9/10


If one would research the written record, one would find that civilazations were established after the flood, even after the tower of Babel.
There were no civilizations that survived the World Wide Flood.
---micha9344 on 12/4/10


Alan you have often shown distrust of God's word.

It all depends upon whether you trust God or man's changing stories!
---Warwick on 12/3/10

I just had to comment on the irony of the statements above. One minute he adheres to one part of scripture....then changes the in wording another area when it does not fit his doctrine.

There is no uniform fossil record, across the globe showing one deluge. Except when the world was first created.
Other Civilizations left records through the time of the flood.
Hebrew Erets proves it was a massive local area, and who died.
Common sense and science proves the hebrew accurate. An doc/denom preachers liars.
---Trav on 12/4/10


There must have been some majic in that bag of coke they found,
For when he dropped a line or two, he began to dance around.
Such a beautiful Christmas song for the whole family!
---T on 12/1/10


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//Frosty is a light hearted song which hurts nothing//

He was made of snow but the children
Know how he came to life one day.
There must have been some magic in that
Old silk hat they found
.
For when they placed it on his head
He began to dance around.
O, Frosty the snowman
Was alive as he could be,
And the children say he could laugh And play just the same as you and me..."

a little leaven...
---aka on 12/1/10


Cluny, I suggest that you stick to the topic of the blog.
---Eloy on 12/1/10


You can't be serious. With God's very character under constant attack, and with all the doctrinal errors in the churches, and this is what you consider important? Good grief!
---jerry6593 on 12/1/10


Is a bird in the hand really worth two in the bush?
---Trish on 11/30/10

I don't know, but I've heard that a bird in the hand can be kindda messy!
---Gary on 11/30/10


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Is a bird in the hand really worth two in the bush?
---Trish on 11/30/10


\\Cluny, there is no relationship to nonChristian songs, and communicating by computers or typewriters, none.
---Eloy on 11/30/10\\

"American the Beautiful" and the National Anthem are not Biblical songs, either.

My point, which you seem to have missed, is that rejecting something just because it's not mentioned in the Bible would lead to a big reduction in the number of posters here.
---Cluny on 11/30/10


I wonder, should we drive an automobile, or use a computer since they are not in the Bible, hmmm that might take some strong thought.
---michael_e on 11/30/10


Well, if your Amish. All things not in the Bible but up to the 17th century seem to be ok for them.
---kathr4453 on 11/30/10


Some of the lyrics: "Frosty the snowman was a jolly happy soul,
With a corncob pipe and a button nose
And two eyes made out of coal.
Frosty the snowman is a fairy tale, they say,
He was made of snow but the children
Know how he came to life one day.
There must have been some magic in that
Old silk hat they found.
For when they placed it on his head
He began to dance around.
O, Frosty the snowman
Was alive as he could be,
And the children say he could laugh
And play just the same as you and me..."
---Eloy on 11/30/10


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Cluny, there is no relationship to nonChristian songs, and communicating by computers or typewriters, none.
---Eloy on 11/30/10


michael, nonChristian songs have no relationship to motor tranportation, none.
---Eloy on 11/30/10


You're kidding, right?
---NurseRobert on 11/30/10


\\No Frosty the Snowman is not a Biblical song.
---Eloy on 11/30/10\\

Nor are computers mentioned in the Bible, either.
---Cluny on 11/30/10


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I wonder, should we drive an automobile, or use a computer since they are not in the Bible, hmmm that might take some strong thought.
---michael_e on 11/30/10


The Bible says a merry heart does good like a medicine and Frosty is a light hearted song which hurts nothing,causes no one to sin,and brings a glad feeling and a smile. There are many things not in the Bible which are not immoral.
---Darlene_1 on 11/30/10


No, Frosty the Snowman and any other Christmas things are NOT Biblical. Even the birth of Christ on Dec. 25 is NOT Biblical. Jesus was born during the Feast of Tabernacles (which is in Sep.). ALL Christmas things are born out of Pagan Idol worship of the sun god (thus the reason for Dec. 25 - winter soltice), and adopted by Christians as Biblical, but are really Idolitry.
---Leslie on 11/30/10


Heheh I hope this blog was meant as a joke
---JackB on 11/30/10


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Let the ones who's headed for hell, sing it!
---catherine on 11/30/10

Rudolph and His BLINKING red nose isn't in scripture either, but hay, I love that one too!

catherine, are you now the song police?
---kathr4453 on 11/30/10


Hehehe! Aka, I LOVE the woodchucks chucking wood commercial the best! :D
---Mary on 11/30/10


no, however like other non-christian songs some are good & some are bad. this one is good & you can sing it for fun while showing your child snow.
---Candice on 11/30/10


No Frosty the Snowman is not a Biblical song.
---Eloy on 11/30/10


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donna66,

do woodchucks really chuck wood?

did the piggie really cry all the way home?
---aka on 11/30/10


Oh dear!

Beethoven's symphonies are not mentioned in the Bible.

Does that mean I cannot listen to them?
---alan8566_of_UK on 11/30/10


Let the ones who's headed for hell, sing it!
---catherine on 11/30/10


It's got a happy little tune, though it has nothing to do with the Bible.
...did the Waltons take way too long to say gooodnight...
does a drill sargent make a terrible psychologist..
---Donna66 on 11/29/10


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Precious Lord in heaven! What next? Candy canes? Mistletoe? Chesnuts roasting on an open fire? A partridge in a pear tree? What are we? The censure police or messengers declaring peace on earth, good will to men?
---Linda on 11/29/10


I have never read anything in the Bible about Frosty the Snowman, so I will say it is unbiblical.

Then again, I heard so many stories made up by teachers/preachers, 2 Peter 2:3, who claim to be people of God, 2 Corinthians 11:13-15.
---Rob on 11/29/10


"there must have been some magic..." NOT!!!

Frosty the NO MAN...HUMBUG.
Celebration of winter? YUK. I detest winter and I'm glad the NO MAN melted. Yeah it's a fun song, I'm having fun with it in a goonish sort of way, enjoy it your way, I hope you don't let my demonization of frosty deter you, happy winter...yeah right!
---Pharisee on 11/29/10


No, just a fun little song..Thats all!!
---a_friend on 11/29/10


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LOL! I don't know about "Biblical" but it is a cute one :D
---Mary on 11/29/10


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