How does a developing mind grasp the concept of lightening and thunder, before long ages of experience and practice teaches him that these events are created by the collision of warm and cold air masses?
I believe that all things religious began simply as a means of trying to explain what was not easy to understand, but still needed to be understood. Religion was born of things not easy to explain, because reason had not yet developed beyond the need just to survive. The mind needed an answer, and religion was a means to an end to find that answer.
by Harlan Colt3 years ago
Is it rude to ask someone to explain a contradiction in their faith?There is a hubber who's forum is based on answering questions about her faith. I pointed out that an official church prophet says, " We are...
by Indigenous2 months ago
What do all religions have in common?
by Lee Skittrall13 months ago
Now that times are moving on, do you think Science and Religion will ever be able to fully coinside?I'm really interested to know other people's opinions and discuss ideas on the matter.It's always something that has...
by Rakim Cheeks2 years ago
Does Science explain all things about life? Or Do religion explain things about life?
by pmorries3 weeks ago
Does a person start dying at the moment of birth? Or, does a person start dying at the moment of...conception? Or, do we start to die after we reach our physical peak, which is reached at about the age of 25? Some say...
by Travis_S_Music6 years ago
I personally believe and follow God. I do not follow a particular religion, as religions are man made, and most have man made rules that have nothing to do with the belief in God. I simply believe. What are your...
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