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originally posted by: FormOfTheLord
Why on earth would anyone believe we are the absolute greatest life in the universe?
originally posted by: boymonkey74
a reply to: FormOfTheLord
Who is even saying we are alone in the universe?
Nor anyone saying we must be the most intelligent.
You are straying from your own OP just talking what we have heard before.
originally posted by: randyvs
a reply to: boymonkey74
Yes we could get destroyed but by no higher power just nature.
The luck you involve with your " Just nature " conclusion in a hostile
environment? Hostile universe, hostile earth and world etc? Is far more
unbelievable and absurd than anything that can be said about God.
Just nature's randomness to see us thru. Think about the ignorance
of that for not more than 3 seconds.
you should simply ask what is the evidence for those things and is it reliable and verifiable
originally posted by: CB328
why would an omnipotent god be scared of humans gaining primitive technology?
originally posted by: Logarock
Don't think the bible says Babble was destroyed.
Although not stated specifically as being so, the 'tongues" incident in the book of Act was a reversal of the Babble effect to demonstrate to those present who it was that they were dealing with.
originally posted by: FlyersFan
I'm sure some preacher somewhere came up with that to try to justify the Tower of Babble story as somehow being real.