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Asked by Gold3Sw33ty
9 years ago
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QUESTION:

Do you believe that God created the world[yes]or that there is a scientific explanation[no]?

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9 years ago
personally agnostic, but couldn't it be both?
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9 years ago
How can it be both? The belief that God created the world is not based in science at all. It is based on faith.
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9 years ago
if god created the world, than god created, say, chemistry, physics,biology, etc. these things all have scientific explanations. be there a god or not, there are explanations of how they work through science. Why can't the world be created by by god in such a way that can be explained from a scientific perspective.

If god created the aspects of our world with order and with the ability to explain them in ways other than just "god did it", why can't the world be created by god in a way that could be scientifically explained.

hopefully I was able to articulate my point, if not you can label me an idiot, or give me an area of the topic that I need to explain more.
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9 years ago
I don't understand why people argue that point. It's like you recognize that creationism is illogical but are unwilling to give up your Christian upbringing so you keep accommodating it with weaker and weaker theories. The whole point of science is that everything happened on its own.

Theories developed by bored desert people 6000 years ago and continued by overtaxed romans Jews have no basis in reality... The world is much simpler through a scientific eye than a religious one.
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8 years ago
Who made the genome? do you know? was it random? the answer is you don't know. well bud I hope for your sake that you are right. because if your wrong. when we get to wherever it is were going. it looks like i will have a ticket in. and you will have to wait outside. I feel sad for you. Because you know in your heart that god calls to you. you can hear it. through the voice of your own parents. yet you choose to ignore.
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8 years ago
"the answer is you don't know."

Really? LMAO...sounds a bit hypocritical.
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9 years ago
I have faith that god didn't create the world.
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8 years ago
And I have faith that when the time comes you will see God and then hope he recognizes you. This is what I call a Judas comment.
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8 years ago
I have faith that when the time comes, you'll be a bit disappointed. But dude, keep believing what you want. Good for you.
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9 years ago
Fuck God!!! I created the world.
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8 years ago
Just more proof that we have freedom of choice. And we should all pray for the soul of the writer of this comment.
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9 years ago
There is no "logical" reason why science is the way it is. Science is empirical. We examine the world, see how things are, and then define that as science. If the world were otherwise, even the exact opposite, then that would be science. Science is axiomatic. It must be a "true" explanation of how the world works. However G-d created the world, it is always possible to look at that world and call it science.
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9 years ago
since none of us have ever scientifically proven the creation of the earth ourselves, but rest upon the scientific efforts of others, this question commits the fallacy of bifurcation, and isn't a valid question. Believing in science is by definition, faith (belief!).

The Bible has nothing to say about how the earth was created, except that God did it. Genesis 1-3 clearly shows it, if you read it in the original Hebrew. English translations lead readers to conclusions that aren't there.
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9 years ago
Sega Genesis 1-3.
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9 years ago
We will all find out soon enough...
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8 years ago
actually this is a trick question. God did create the world and the scientific explanation is how he created it. Your only problem was that you think science is something that MAN discovered. We are only finding out what God did to create us.
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8 years ago
If GOD created this world, he was in bad shape or on acid or whatever, he truly fucked up and he knows and he is so ashamed about the result he went away 4-ever and ever to his nice little perfect heaven and watches us from above like we watch reality-tv !!!!
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6 years ago
If God did not create the world (and the universe for that matter), then a few problems appear that an opposing origin theory must address.

For example, there is the Cosmological problem. Where did everything come from? The universe could not have come, or created itself, from "absolutely nothing" because it would have had to precede itself in time, which is an impossibility. No materialistic scientific origin theory has been able to offer a workable solution because they all have to start with a pre-existing "something".

Also, there is the information problem. Where did the information in the universe come from if it was not programed into the universe? There is a staggering amount of information in the universe (btw: Data is not the same as information). DNA and RNA, the physical laws that govern matter and energy, mathematics, etc. Science has claimed that the laws of the universe are written and understood "mathematically." That's a lot of complex information!

There are no known natural physical processes that generate new information. They all use pre-existing information.

In the end, there are only two options: Either the origins of physical matter and information must be accepted as "brute facts", something most scientists are reluctant to do, or they have their origins outside of the material physical universe. There are many more problems that could be raised but this is enough for now.

Now, these points I offer do not prove the existence of God, nor are they intended to do so. But they do prove that the universe cannot be made in any other way.
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6 years ago
science is merely the attempt to explain the workings of god in a language that we humans can understand. it does not attempt, in and of itself, to discredit the existence of god. by the principle of mathematical induction and the quite likely supposition that there exists at least one form of intelligence higher than ours P(1), the nth term p(n)(there is an intelligence of the nth highest order)is very likely to be true. p(n+1) (there is an intelligence of the order n+1) will approach, as n approaches infinity what is god
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