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"The Big Bang theory is a cosmological model of the observable universe from the earliest known periods through its subsequent large-scale evolution. The model describes how the universe expanded from an initial state of extremely high density and high temperature, and offers a comprehensive explanation for a broad range of observed phenomena, including the abundance of light elements, the cosmic microwave background (CMB) radiation, and large-scale structure." Big Bang - Wikipedia
I think that the problem stems from both sides of this type of debate not sitting down and starting with defining terms. As an outsider to the issue, let me play the referee's advocate.
Ehav4Ever says: "Okay you two, play nice. Let's settle this dispute the right way. Before we begin I will need both sides to address the following."
What is a "god" and by inverse what is not a "god?"
How far back does this definition go and is it authoratitive?
Please define what is existance.
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The Most Effective Cure for Kundalini Psychosis
"There seem to be two important differences between kundalini awakening and psychosis. Firstly, kundalini awakening follows upon intense spiritual practice (which is not necessarily the case with psychosis). Secondly, a person in psychosis buys deeply into their altered reality, whereas a person undergoing a kundalini experience retains a clear sense of their usual state of mind, and typically expresses a desperate longing to...
Astrophysicists find similarities between the structures and processes of the human brain and the cosmic web.
I wonder. Human brain appears from the third person’s view a web of neurones but first person experience is of existence-awareness. What about the cosmic web?
The universe works like a huge human brain, discover scientists
Realizing religious practices is not about speaking of other peoples faults or wrongdoing, it is about fixing once own faults and becoming like the teaching.
Speaking bad about others only show how little wisdom is obtained, a way to show what religious practices is, is to live by it as a good example and not harming others.
Help those who lay down or are bullied, dont be the bully.
When dealing with Christians, I've noticed that they tend to fall into two general categories (yes I'm about to make a sweeping generalization).
There are those Christians who value careful study under learned teachers, and using rules of logic, science, textual criticism, etc. as tools to understand their scriptures. These tend to put their clergy through extensive seminary training in order to have the best scholarship in their pulpits.
Then there are those Christians who tend to be...
Taking a scriptural approach to the Bahai theology which a new theology to me I have come to understand that the Bahai's believe in certain things which I would like to clarify and get some insights from everyone who could participate. This concerns Christians, Jews, Bahai's and anyone who follows these scripture.
Claim 1: Son of man referred in the third person is referring to Bahaullah, not Jesus. For example, the second coming of Jesus Christians believe prophecies and spoken of in the...
I would like to understand from members how they would think or believe that the existence of God negates Darwinian evolution. Does it?
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