Is it Coincidence, God or some Philosophy that utters things into existence
The Images here speaks for itself
Establishing a belief may be coincidence, but isn't the order to it, a happening isn't a origin
I feel that a person must believe in something of a higher divine order or nature like God, in order to even consider such a thing as a coincidence happening as a true reality of sorts. The foundation of a persons morality comes into play here, in principle its all based primarily on their understanding and wisdom of the world they live in, since everyone is positioned differently in life.
My belief per say tends to go along the lines of, a great deal of learned experiences of many forms of the educative nature, which has guided me all through out my existence in this life, anywhere from schooling in an institutional setting, to a home setting, to a work specific setting, and than on the field of play in many sporting arena's and forms of recreation.
To give the idea of 'coincidence' a fair chance, or shot at being the reasoning behind all order to things, would be for me to allow everything I've experienced in life to loose validity and any solid rigid grips on my mind.
The Philosophical Approach & need for physical evidence-
Now I mostly deal with philosophy that I've picked up through out my collegiate years, in order to handle such things as, any idea that enters my mind dealing with common or uncommon human logic's. If any inference was to come up into discussion or debate between me, and others I tend to use deductive reasoning to voice my opinion, that in which may only have some solid realism to it, by actual causality or cause & effect.
I've always seemed to base my presumptions only on the physical impact on all of humanity, that's observed prior to me taking any sides, and only with the well defined proven evidence at hand. Whether the potential argument presented by my counter parts, may have had any spiritual evidence, or order to what their point of views we're at the time, isn't a matter of my concern at all, because most of peoples positions on such matters, will stem from various differing belief systems than that of my own, or non-believers fully armed with numerous superstitions and much lesser facts.
My real concerns remain only in the facts of things that have pure and utter realistic values as a whole, and they may eventually have a real effect on everything, especially that which is derived from its true origin or central foundational core.
For a happening to have occurred by mere coincidence alone, would simply mean that there's an absence of spiritual presence, and in actuality that is truly impossible, because everything that is in existence has energy, thus having spirit, energy cannot exist without a spiritual purpose, which is also a huge factor in most religious faiths. Even those things that are defined as non-living have energy in them, and are emanating vibrations constantly, so there is also a scientific explanation for such a reality as well.
Everything stems from something else entirely
Counter Arguments from Atheism over Beliefs
The beleivers perspective & common debate
As for those who believe in God alone, and aren't lead or they would say, mislead by mankind's scientific perspective of subjective theory, or any political power play rhetoric, they would argue the fact that they're belief in god fully encompasses the likes of all things, because in their eyes God has created everything in existence.
All so common debate & rebuttal-
A counter argument will always present itself as to those who are non-believers, to the facts that they always tend to lean towards, such as reasons for every occurrence being due to a chanced happening (purely mathematical or scientific), or something man-made which is unnatural and out of some freak of nature experimentation's (Anything disrupting the true inner nature of a substance, or entity by altering its organic, bio-chemical, genetic make-up).
On the contrary though, many believers feel that everything is a god driven cause, even including the bad things since ultimately, they must also believe that God created both good, and evil occurrences or happenings.
Many scientist believe in the Chaos theory or Butterfly Effect
My truest answer to the Question
To answer your question based on my belief alone, I actually feel that whatever mankind has come up with of pure value, and what God has delivered to us all naturally are continuously at conflict with one another.
This struggle of internal and external means mankind faces, are considered a form of chaos or disorder due to us stepping out of divine order, has made things much more complex today, and difficult to manage. I don't choose to follow any specific text of biblical reference to base my belief on, I'm just a spiritualist who simply believes in a divine higher authority I call the creator, also known to most as God, Yahway, Most high, The Lord, Allah, Buddha, etc.....
I personally feel that energy, as I've stated earlier is the truest purpose or origin, and there's much reasoning behind the order of everything actually. I also feel that God has set everything into perpetual motion and active placement into the cosmos, there's just no doubting such a fact based on my personal belief system. What this means is that all events, and occurrences have an interplay on one another such as the light and dark, the yin & yang, hot and cold, all things in opposition.
All of these things may appear to be independent from its creator as well, but the governing of such must derive from some divine order, no matter its directions of choice, because everything is consequential. This reality may also be due to the higher ordered time continuum that exists, before and after its placement into what we all perceive as an existent reality today, and therefore its causal as well as effective realities having a greater influences on everything during events that are due to emerge onto the horizon, like people would say from time to time, and that of any probable, or sudden happenings most people least expect to occur daily.
To put it all into perspective though, everything comes into being and out of being due to interaction, and interplay of energies, that are always in a constant state chaos or chaotic order. This unseen reality is also proven by when you zoom into view of something, you may see a specified order to things, but when you zoom out at a greater degree you will begin to see a great deal of dis-organization and vice versa, which then reveals a reoccurring pattern to its viewer.
What happens When Science Steps in -
This video here depicts what is known as the Butterfly effect, which is also known as another form of chaos theory. Chaos theory deals with that of fractals, and the multitudes of differing continuous patterns that exist all throughout the universe or cosmos as a whole. Scientist believe that there's a possibility of organized chaos enthalpy, as well as mass disorder or entropy in any given system, and that of its surroundings.
These principles are also taught in college courses to help students to get a better idea of why certain phenomena may exist, in certain set scientific studies of research, and especially that of astronomy, and interstellar space research.
Based on scientific reasoning when we perceive of something as a happening or an occurrence, due to cause an effect it has already been set fourth into action long before we have thought of any supposed coincidence, because it was put into repetitive re-occurrence by something also known as universality, defined as the universal order of all things, which is argued by many religious minds as being initiated by God alone. This also could be reason to why history tends to repeat itself over and over again, but appears to be seen in differing forms of the same thing in actuality.
Hollywood actually scored on this premise of chaotic thought that stems primarily from a Edward Lorenz, according to wikipedia, who was a weather forecaster, and came up with the chaos theory himself (the video below explains in greater detail). His theory became a movie, and was also a block buster smash years back before Netflix, Hulu, etc.... and the star of the movie was actually Ashton Kutcher, so I highly recommend that cool film. The film pointed out this whole, "Chaos Theory" thing in the directors view of it all, placing major emphasis on that of the mind playing tricks on Aston, which is filled with twists and turns of differing plots, boy was it fun to watch many years back in 2004, but was worth every red cent I paid to go see it at the movies.
Fractals are shown throughout this video, and are reoccuring throughout Nature as well, this video explains Chaos Theory
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