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Would you still believe in God, if science hadn't proven creation without divine intervention?


Up until the time of David Hume and Arthur Schopenhauer, people believed in a Creator, because origins of life couldn't be proven through science i.e., without a supernatural force being responsible for the propagation of life. If science hadn't proven that organisms can reproduce themselves, then divine intervention wouldn't be so farfetched today, or would it?

 

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    John Sarkis 3 years ago

    Good answer. I'm a Christian, so I don't believe in evolution; I believe in God! Actually, you gave me an idea for another question.


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    John Sarkis 3 years ago

    God may be the missing link behind evolution. Who knows?

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