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I would like to understand from members how they would think or believe that Darwinian Evolution negates the existence of God. Does it?
The incompleteness theorem of Kurt Gödel (re-proven in the link below),
tells me that there are questions in Science and mathematics which
have no solution, but have an answer.
Only God knows what is the answer: for example,
to the Riemann Hypothesis (is it true or false,
no third option).
There Are Questions with Hidden Answer, But Without a Way to Find the Answer, viXra.org e-Print archive, viXra:2011.0160
I have been reading posts and I have even said it may be best to be silent when it comes to matters of faith.
Silence has its place, but in the end the silence will always need to be broken, as little progress can be found in silence.
I thought about God's Messengers and wondered about what God asked them to do and the result of them lifting up their voices to give that Message, we all know what happened to Jesus, a lot know what happened to Muhammad, fewer know what happened to the Bab...
The argument goes like this... If two consenting people, wants to... then there is nothing wrong with...
To put it in another way - the way it come over to me.... Something is right if the parties involved consent to it.
Is this view reasonable, ethical, and sound, or is it just a poor excuse, and a weak argument?
I want to show how it's the latter.
Talking about children at the age of puberty. If two children ages 10-15 wants to engage in sexual intercourse, either with children their...
What do people care about? People spend time and money on what they care about.
From the looks of things, at least where I live in the United States, it seems as if people do not care much about God or their religion; they care more about material things, entertainment, and social activities.
I understand that people need to work in order to eat and pay the rent but that is not what I am referring to. I am referring to what people do not really need, but rather what they want. Other...
Which has the better beliefs about God?
While I am familiar with Christian belief, please feel free to say while you feel Christianity is the correct belief to have.
The little I know about the Baha'i religion comes mostly from these forums.
However, I think I'm correct in thinking that according to Baha'i all should become Baha'i because it has the better understanding/knowledge of God.
If you think this is true, why? What is better about your understanding? Why should Christians...
I'd be interested to read testimonies from people who believe that they have God to thank for a changed situation.
I was watching a programme about the survival of a group of Chilean miners, men who were forced to live underground for weeks while help was organised above ground. All were eventually saved.
Prayer was an important part of their daily lives, as it was for many waiting patiently above ground.
Do you have a story of how God has helped you?
While I am a big fan of the Christian community, it nourishes me every day...
not everthing is as good as it should be, I think.
These days I see it as a fashion among Christians to bash homosexuals and call them "perverts" and "wicked". At least some do and the rest sometimes stays silent when it happens.
Normally Bible says "judge not" - so why do some Christians think it is ok to speak about gays and lesbians in such a disparaging manner?
Judging and condemning happened in the Bible....
Can/do you look up to someone today as you would/do teachers who lived in 6th BC?
What happened in approximately 2,000 years or so that we may choose or do not (for whatever reason) look up to people today as we do those written in a book or passed down by oral tradition?
I know 1980s is different than 1990s. Likewise, different mindset and technology of 1990s compared to 2020. People in the 80s would probably not fathom what we know today. People in the 60s and 70s have not yet heard of...
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