This is a question that can agitate great mind on the face of this earth. Because the question is a direct probe into your source or your root as a human, i.e. who are you? So in your own words let other hubbers know who you are?
My name is TJ Hooper. I'm 22 years old from daytona beach florida. I'm a guy, in case you couldn't already tell.
I love music and writing. I went to college in jacksonville florida, and I majored in music theory.
Who is man? Man is the top of the food chain. We are the more mentally advanced of all creatures on the earth at this moment. We have the ability to think outside of instinct and make decisions outside or rationale.
in scientific terms.. a human with the two testicles and a tallywacker
by Neil Coulson 5 years ago
Where/what is the origin of the human race?Were we created here on Earth? Evolved here on Earth? or is it possible we originated from another planet?Cave paintings in Africa indicate space travel, and the squat ape like images of early man may be a result of the difference in gravity between the...
by Sooner28 6 years ago
Theists often times have trouble defending God against gratuitous evil, such as a person burning to death slowly with no clear reason the suffering has to be so severe. In any event, there is another problem that theists must account for, and that is the origin of evil. Theists assert...
by ScarletRyan1970 8 years ago
Hello, I was just thinking about the Holy Trinity.Three persons in God.The Father,Son and Holy Spirit. The third person,the Holy Spirit may be a women. Scarlet
by leperlord666 5 years ago
I found this forum on Does the bible say the earth is only 6000 years oldthread . It was suggested the thread has been inactive for over 2 months , and to start a new thread .This is still at least loosely on that topicIf we all agree the bible does not date the earth , and the fact that earth...
by nasake 6 years ago
What is the meaning of the world? Do we all have purpose? Do we all just exist? Discuss your opinion
by Elizabeth 5 years ago
Is there a Biblical Basis for Free Will?The free will argument for god has become prevalent in modern christian theology. While I've studied the meanings of this argument, I'm a little less certain of it's origins. I know that various church fathers penned it - but where did the idea...
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