I had a thought while pouring over my thoughts in a science thread the theory of devolution page 4 being the reason I am on the religion forum. http://hubpages.com/forum/topic/13135
So I wanted to discuss something with my Muslim and Christian friends about something I read in the Qu'ran and the things being discussed on the science forum.
In the Qu'ran I have read a couple times that God changed some humans into Apes and Swines. We know that Apes and Pigs are two animals with brain functions remarkably close to humans.
Now from the discussion there we were talking about the hobbit woman (18,000 years old), who is an new species who is or was a modern human living along side the homosapein.
The homosapein of course being descendant of the great apes...
While my thoughts aren't so clear something about it seems astonishing to me in that the Qu'ran was written 1400 years ago and it does talk about God's people having evolved but also about God changing degraded humans into apes and swines.
And from the Bible it talks about two different types of humans, the spiritual from God and the animal ones.
However bizarre my thoughts might be at the moment and however controversial they may be when I was going over my thoughts on why humans could not have evolved from one common ancestor
However, is it possible that there are two types of human-ish species that did not evolve from one common ancestor? I mean... from what I understand in the Bible there are God's people and there are people of this world.
And in the Qu'ran there is a God's people and a animal like human.
Sorry if this is too overly controversial and I am hoping that we can have a peaceful conversation here while I am trying to sort out my thoughts.
I am trying to make order of them but I am not certain what I am trying to say yet.
During all this evolving that has been going on over the past so many thousands of years you would think that we humans had evolved past the point where we need our science to justify our myths and fables. There you go, thought complete!
Now on to tackling the tough stuff, like ending world hunger or stabilizing the rain forests or saving the ailing Madagascar evolutionary chain... But that's just my two cents.. I'll probably go to hell for it.. LOL
Good. I am a Catholic and eating bacon is not a taboo.
I never heard this story about people being turned to pigs and apes. Are you a vegetarian?
You know, Sandra. This isn't as controversial as you think it is. I happened to believe that the US government are biologically developing an army of deformed creatures, somewhere either in the deserts of Utah,Arizona or Nevada. These beast-like creatures are critical to the army formation of the New Age of Aquarius. Now thats controversial. I've gathered facts on this, but I would rather not discuss it now. Maybe I'll write a hub on it later. Its part of a novel I'm writing though. THE REMNANT.
You ladies kill me. Its amazing how you can talk about mutated humans and bacon at the same time. LOL.
They call us the "long pig."
You never smelled burned human?
smelled burnt skin... smells nothing like bacon...mmmm bacon.
I don't believe it myself but when I was watching Alien Resurection the movie was disgusting but I had the craving for meat, steak you name it.
And just when I was about to throw my tinfoil hat that I have stashed under my bed. They can read our thoughts you know!
Will you guys stop talking about bacon? I'm living in Qatar, a pork-free country, and it's breakfast time...
They don't do bacon sandwiches in Qatar?
Sadist! They do turkey 'bacon' and beef 'bacon' but neither is remotely bacon-like.
I have tried those. Nothing vaguely bacon like about them.
You should try those American dog treats. "Bacon strips," or something like that. They look like bacon, to a dog they supposedly taste like bacon - but they are something else. Not sure what but might be worth a try? Perhaps one of our American friends will send you a packet?
Darn this picture sent me over the edge! I am hungry again. Now I have to raid the fridge.
Nahh, I think I'll just wait till my next trip to Dubai or Bahrain!
That is a fine looking bacon sandwich though. Bacon sandwiches are not a big thing in the US.
Always said there was something wrong with American culture...........
Yeah, we like to dress our bacon sandwiches up with some tomato and lettuce. yummy!
Bacon in US isn't the same as in UK.
I had bacon coated in icing sugar in Oregon. Sacrilege
Canadian peameal bacon sandwich. mmm
Bacon coated in icing sugar, never heard of that one before.
Was this thread suppose to be about back bacon?
Never had that icing on bacon.
But maple sugar cured bacon is delicious! Sweet, sweet meat.
Love BLT sandwich, I don't feel guilty eating the grease and all dripping from the bacon because of the lettuce and tomato on it. :-)
I know! Isn't that true! I had never heard of them until I moved to England and when I got back I was questioning the logic behind not having bacon sandwiches! Now *I'm* hungry too!
You can find a novel use for bacon here
http://hubpages.com/hub/This-Site-Has-B … Censorship
If you don't want to read the hub, just scroll through it for the bacon!
Quite the use for bacon. She should try it under a tanning booth.
by Steve 7 years ago
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by proton66 8 years ago
Do we blame God for the demise of the native Americans or man's fear and cruelty?History has many accounts of human cruelty toward their own kind. Native American, for example, had their land stolen, and African Americans were forced to be slave laborers. Who's hand was it?
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by boyatdelhi 9 years ago
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by Captain Redbeard 4 years ago
I just read a post from someone stating that Christianity is based on the Bible which stands to reason, "If Christianity is based off the bible then that means it would have never come to furition since the book would never have been written because no Christian would have existed before...
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