posted on Feb, 16 2012 @ 12:46 PM
reply to post by racasan
The only way out of for you in light of this evidence is to claim some sort of special status for the earth because of your faith in a
Bronze Age book about some Jewish wizard pufftting the earth into existence
The Bible does not describe that happening, according to my interpretation.
God (or the gods*) created a living environment (biosphere) on earth conducive for man's inhabitation. This is what I see being described in
In my way of thinking, it was Anankē that created the universe and God* (who came into existence simultaneously, along with the physical universe,
being spiritual and having a power of influence, to a degree, over the physical) as someone important to us as we need that sort of ability in
someone, to lend assistance to survival in otherwise too harsh of conditions.
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