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Because that which may be known of God is manifest in them; for God hath shewed it unto them.
For the invisible things of him from the creation of the world are clearly seen, being understood by the things that are made, even his eternal power and Godhead; so that they are without excuse:
My first wife referred to me that way too. After the divorce I was picking up my daughter for the weekend and she said that I was wearing her shirt, I told her that she was nuts, took the shirt off and threw it at her feet. She got the shirt off my back too. Another weekend she asked me to watch our dog for a few days. I said sure and never returned to dog. The dog was the only thing I got out of that horrible marriage. He lived many happy years with his daddy. I awarded myself full custody.
I think the answer depends upon the problem that needed to be solved. Are we talking scope or are we talking individually? If we are considering evangelism it might be the plane, but if we are considering truth we would say the printing press, in being able to print the bible. The greatest invention of all time is subjective to the context of what we are trying to resolve and what most effects us personally.
I read a webcomic that has since gone off the internet, so I'll just have to quote it.
<Guy stands in front of microwave>
The "30 second" button is the greatest invention of all time.
<Guy reads a burrito package, "cook time 2:00" throws it in the microwave and hits the minute button four times. Microwave cooks burrito two minutes.>
Yay, it's done! This button can cook anything!
<Guy reads a TV dinner tray, "cook time 4:15." Guy looks at the package, looks at the microwave, looks at the package, looks at the microwave, and finally throws the TV dinner away because he has no idea how to make a microwave cook the TV dinner for 4:15.>