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This is a Theological question, so those with expertise in that area, I greatly appreciate your insight...
I am writing my 2nd book, in regards to "Spiritual Science," so-to-speak.
In regards specifically to similarities
among the world's religions, and (what little) science backs these things up.
I don't know what to call "God," and not offend or alienate anyone!
I have been using "Creator," but I feel that couldl "offend" or "turn off" atheists, and many in the fields of the sciences are atheists.
I would like to add my personal take, as I may or may not include it in the book, on a "Creator," because this title does
imply a belief in
creationism, and I don't wish to take sides on that issue in this book. I have to admit my views on this have changed drastically in recent
Creationism says we were created, as was everything else, and even science is starting to see that it's all a little to perfect of a universe to be a
coinkidink. Evolution itself is flawed, because of "missing link." What could it possibly be that they haven't found yet? "God," maybe? I dunno,
I could go all History Channel and say "Because Aliens," just as easily, especially on this site. Bottom line is, both theories actually require
faith to believe.
There are DNA base molecules found in meteorites that were formed in space, so either way, even NASA admits that we came from "up there" (or at
least COULD have.) Again, just my view on it as of late.
Please feel free to chime in on that if you can do it with a serious perspective, as it's relevant to the fact I'm unsure about using the title
"Creator" now...but any advice from Theologians or those with a great understanding of their own religion, and/or others, is appreciated.