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How do you believe in the existence of the world? Biblically or Scientifically?

  1. jujanester profile image76
    jujanesterposted 6 years ago

    How do you believe in the existence of the world? Biblically or Scientifically?

  2. Faceless39 profile image93
    Faceless39posted 6 years ago

    Quantum physics and meditation.  Through quantum physics I learned that matter is an illusion, and this so-called reality is a holograph projected by our minds.  We can form a better view of existence through exiting our bodies via our crown chakra and experiencing the "real" existence, which is love, beauty, and unity on a scale that's incomprehensible to people who have not experienced it.

  3. Chouji-Von-Lycan profile image58
    Chouji-Von-Lycanposted 6 years ago

    i believe in the existence of the world by the fact of it's existence, if it didn't hurt that head butting the floor would hurt, I have tried this, it hurt like hell, but, that's the point, the pain let's me know it's real, you don't need to think biblical or scientifically, the world is there, if it wasn't, how was it possible that you asked this question, it seems like you are trying to over complicate things, don't, keep things simple, and don't worry about this existence of the world, the world has been around for a longer time than we have, and will remain here longer than our bodies could ever manage, the one thought you should be thinking, how does the world believe in our existence?

  4. nightwork4 profile image59
    nightwork4posted 6 years ago

    scientifically without a doubt. which form of science is another story but there isn't a chance that it has anything to do with gods or any such thing.

  5. Etarip profile image60
    Etaripposted 6 years ago

    The existence of the world can be supported alone by random calculations, but my mind finds the need to rely on a force that I can rationalize, so I rationalize that our creater designed the universal structure and quite possibly created this specific cycle of events just for us.

  6. manatita44 profile image83
    manatita44posted 5 years ago

    In the pursuit of Oneness, all things play their part, whether its religion, science or politics. God is all in all, and there is nothing outside of God. The divine exists for us by virtue of our awareness, and all things are part and parcel of the plan. It is rather like a Life-Tree and its branches. One person likes the branch called Love; another the branch called Science; yet again another the branch called religion.

    I need my hands and legs and most of my organs if not all, and they need me. In the same way, the Life-Tree and its branches, need each other. Here is a quote from the Gita, a wise Hindu scripture:

    "That which does not exist, can never come into being.
    That which exists, can never cease to be." - Sri Krishna

  7. andrew savage profile image60
    andrew savageposted 5 years ago

    Interesting question.

    What defines Biblically? Are we talking about the Gnostic compilation? The Jewish compilation? Aleister Crowley's compilation? etcetera.

    What defines scientifically? Does one need to be a skeptic to be a scientist? What if you were able to scientifically explain the events of the Bible? For example, the flood story has been scientifically proven time and time again, and the "bible" (of which ever version of the bible you are thinking of) has been correlated through other similar stories from the Sumerians, Babylonians, Indians, Native Americans, etcetera passed on verbally and through text. Science has proven climate shift, the existence of Antediluvian civilizations, etcetera.

    Furthermore does one have to believe in this world? Scientifically? Biblically? I believe I am here right now, and tomorrow I will be somewhere else and sometime else... I do not need a black book or an alleged expert to tell me how to believe in existence, because I wear my body knowing that at the end of it all I am the only expert with an opinion or fact that matters (to me).