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Old 08-31-2012, 08:12 PM   #26
mlyonsd mlyonsd is offline
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Originally Posted by go bowe View Post
cafeteria catholic, er protestant eh?

gonna pick and choose huh?

but seriously, could you describe your view of creationism?

is it the long day theory or something else, like a prime mover?

i have no clue why it happened but i do believe in the big bang...
I believe all religions as we know them were dreamed up by humans to explain why things are. They are equal in that they can't really complete that task. I think they are just ways for humans to cope in getting through this 'life'.

I believe in the big bang too. My view of creationism, what we are, what we see, what we live, came from something smarter than us. It's like we could be an experiment in a petri dish. It doesn't mean a higher being cares if we kill each other or even know we exist.

One thing no scientist can explain exactly is what would replace the universe if it didn't exist. Everything we know can be measured in physical elements. What if it was gone? What would take it's place? What would there be if the universe didn't exist?

My view of creationism is it pre-dates the big bang. The bb was just a reaction created by something/someone that made it happen.

I know what you're going to say but I haven't toked up in years.
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