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Origins and Commonalities...

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posted on Mar, 13 2006 @ 05:01 AM
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Think about this:

Whether one is an atheist, agnostic, christian, buddhist, et al., . . .

Regardless of what the tone of one's personal cosmological understanding might be . . .

No matter where a person believes they came from (as in a Creator, accident of
the universe's natural course, expected outcome of physic laws, the cabbage patch, etc.) . . .

The bottom line question is:

Does it really matter if it was divine creation, evolution, 'spontaneous eruption,' or even some sort of combination, that brought life, as we know it, to come into being?

Does knowing the truth (if that were possible, that is) have any true advantage over having a head full of fantastic improbabilities? Especially when taking into consideration that whatever the 'truth' may be, it is something we all share, without exception?





posted on Mar, 13 2006 @ 07:56 AM
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Does it really matter if it was divine creation, evolution, 'spontaneous eruption,' or even some sort of combination, that brought life, as we know it, to come into being?

Does knowing the truth (if that were possible, that is) have any true advantage over having a head full of fantastic improbabilities? Especially when taking into consideration that whatever the 'truth' may be, it is something we all share, without exception?


Knowing the 'truth' does have an advantage of sort's. It further's our understanding and knowledge of the universe we live in. If it can be proven to be a 'divine creation', then many people on this planet can start saving themselve's from an eternal hell they'd be going to if they hadn't believed. If it's proven to be more natural, as all evidence thus far does indicate, we can eventually drop religous attitudes and become a more scientific minded culture, learning more and more without hinderence from religous beliefs.



posted on Mar, 13 2006 @ 08:44 AM
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Originally posted by queenannie38
Think about this:.......
Does it really matter if it was divine creation, evolution, 'spontaneous eruption,' or even some sort of combination, that brought life


To me, no it does'nt really matter........



edit = add.
love your avatar...'truth is binary'.

[edit on 3/13/2006 by larry994]



 
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