Stop people modding you down by starting your message with "I know I'm going to get -1 troll, but..."
Ask yourself why, with 20 years and a 235-strong development staff, he can't either fund this himself, or get a publisher to do so.
A developer of Braben's esteem could get publisher funding (as they have done for many other games), but he probably wants to retain creative freedom, which he can do with KS. When you have a publisher funding your project, they call the shots. If they want you to add more blood, explosions, zombies or whatever they think they'd like - it's their call and the studio must do what they're told. If they want it shipping 6 months before it's ready - it's their call. You want to add an innovative, but potentially risky feature? If the publisher isn't convinced, forget it! With KS, I'd say there's much more chance of Frontier shipping a quality game that pushes the boundaries, and won't be ruined by the type of dumbing down that dominates so much of the current crop of publisher-funded games.
Verse 18: "For truly I tell you, until heaven and earth disappear, not the smallest letter, not the least stroke of a pen, will by any means disappear from the Law..."
The role of the mosaic law in the new testament is something that a lot of people find difficult to grasp at first, but you might find it helpful to read the book of Romans - particularly chapters 1-8. There are numerous passages in the gospels that appear to be contradictory when taken out of context, but Romans shows how they piece together. Also, read "The Normal Christian Life" by Watchman Nee.
Likewise, your post reveals your ignorance of the bible. If you really have asked such questions of anyone with even a rudimentary understanding of the bible, they should have been able to clear up your confusion with ease! Still, it's possible that they did answer your questions, but you had your fingers in your ears at that point.
Who was she talking to? (considering the lack of cell-phone towers)
Never mind the lack of cell-phone towers - sound hadn't even been invented back then!