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

  1. John Sarkis profile image85
    John Sarkisposted 3 years ago

    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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    Dave36posted 3 years ago

    They haven't proved it buddy, & you shouldn't believe anything you hear read or watch on the T.V etc..I mean i could say what experiments have you done yourself, to be convinced of what you believe?..If you answer none but your an intellectual, & have looked at all the evidence objectively..I would say how much evidence did you actually collect yourself?, if you say none then in my opinion you should be on the fence on the subject of how it all began etc..If you can't prove your beliefs to me, how did you prove them to yourself if you see what i mean..What did you discover yourself to be convinced, because you have to have a realization moment to be able to believe something..What if science was lying to us like our politicians "all" do?, & what if they had a hidden agenda?..I'm not saying they do but what if, have you factored that into your beliefs?..I'm into Zen Buddhism myself where we don't believe in "Hypothesis's" as in big bang/evolution etc, or "hear say" as in religion..Don't get stuck into having "fixed" beliefs, be honest & stay on the fence & open to all possibilities.

    1. John Sarkis profile image85
      John Sarkisposted 3 years agoin reply to this

      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.

    2. Rod Marsden profile image74
      Rod Marsdenposted 3 years agoin reply to this

      You can be a Christian AND believe in evolution. Actually it is the Creationists that sometimes make me doubt the existence of a Creator with their fake science.

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      Dave36posted 3 years agoin reply to this

      What i was trying to say is how can someone "really" believe in evolution, if all they've done is read it from books etc?..How does a person have an actual "realization" moment on a subject, when they've done no experiments themselves at all?.

  3. Sri T profile image79
    Sri Tposted 3 years ago

    I believe in my being. I cannot deny that I am here now. Whatever they prove or disprove is merely a concept in their mind. All notions are false. There is either being or non-being. We must exclude non-being since we are here. With no concepts, being is still here. Once you see your being, there is nothing to prove. You are it.

  4. Paul K Francis profile image82
    Paul K Francisposted 3 years ago

    I believe in God and in evolution. I think  God is a part of  the fundamental reality of the universe, always present. Perhaps it is God that we are evolving towards. It's a beautiful thing. Have a nice day.

    1. John Sarkis profile image85
      John Sarkisposted 3 years agoin reply to this

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

  5. El Shaddai 2016 profile image63
    El Shaddai 2016posted 2 years ago

    Science has only theorized about creation.  It hasn't proven anything.  Evolution cannot explain variety in the same location.

 
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