it seems to me, the idea of God is our need in Him. We call it that way in order to establish some grounds for communication. Some people call it God, and it unites them into communities, gives the illusion of connection with each other, which we call religion.
How people call the unknown defines cultures, morals and so on…Once being established the metaphor starts a process of reproduction. What is a Big Bang, if not just a metaphor after all? And there is whole religious movement sprang out of it….
A Big Bang is a non-scientific journalist's label for something scientists understand pretty well. People who make a 'religion' out of it are numbered among those without the scientific/mathematical ability to understand it.
Not quite true, there are offshoots of religiocity from the big bang theroy, but the big bang theory by itself has to do with science only.
Man created God(the concept of it)... Is that what you mean?
You seekers of LIGHT should go check out 'KEYLONTIC SCIENCE' otherwise i can return in a year to this site...and simply know you have just been running around in circles...chasing your own tails. then perhaps you may gaver insight into MANIFESTATION, THE LAWS OF PROVISION, THE LAW OF 'ONE', DEVINE EQUALITY, THE PHYSICS OF SPIRITUAL IDENTITY,THE BIRTHRIGHT OF EMPOWERMENT,
I have heard God referred to as a Good Orderly Direction.
It seems to me that belief in God need not exclude the trappings of religion, nor deny belief in the power of the mind, the universe, or personal empowerment.
God, Good Orderly Direction, the Universe, Allah, Logic, the Mind, whatever you care to name cares only that we believe in something within or beyond ourselves.
Faith may include many things, and can be far more active and enlivened when we seek to include, rather than hedge ourselves round to ward off that which may not exactly fit our own ideas.
i got millions of questions and trying to answer to it, i feel i am most stupid when im doing it in front of the person who knows --no question but only answer-- i am trying to be smart in front of him while i knew that he got the answer BUT he cant give it to me by words.
by Alem Belton5 years ago
After an internal debate between science and philosophy I am leaning towards an answer of yes. This is due to the fact that the scientific explanation for the existence of life is greatly flawed, which leaves only one...
by Debra Allen8 years ago
When god or the creator of the universe made humans, why was He a He? What happened to the other's that we were made into their image? Why doesn't the Bible ever speak of these things?
by Alexander A. Villarasa4 years ago
If I am not mistaken, it was Einstein who coined the term "Space-Time Comtinuum" perhaps to indicate that like Mass and Energy, Space and Time are one and the same thing.The Big Bang Theory posits that...
by Retrohawaii5 years ago
I believe in a God not necessarily in what the bible discusses
by jacobkuttyta4 years ago
No. Many people, from evolutionary biologists to important religious figures like Pope John Paul II, contend that the time-tested theory of evolution does not refute the presence of God. They acknowledge that evolution...
by SpanStar4 years ago
Isn't it interesting that we don't know all the species on the earth that become extinct certainly by man's encroaching upon their environment but according to some so-called experts they know every single thing that...
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