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God Vs, Evolution

by Credo (writer), I practice living in the Spirit, September 21, 2007

If the sun doesn’t ascend in the morning will it make any difference to the many pessimists that hordes our lives and drink our wine? Should we not be afraid of the dark even though we realize that light will eventually seek its demise and destroy the pampered darkness mythology? And of course shall we let fear (that free roaming criminal) take charge of our decisions as we ourselves wander through the obscurity of time and fate. To rationalize the philosophy behind life itself, destiny, God and fate always seem to leave many unanswered questions. In contrast should we not ask these socio philosophical questions we would most certainly still be struggling in the age of prehistoric man.

But I’d dare say that we must continue to seek those answers, yet asking lots of questions to be sure we (the human race) are headed in the direction of civil humanistic values. Does God truly exist and if so how do we find him, submit to him, and worship him? I for one certainly believe that he (God) does exist, yet to prove it to another human being is sometimes next to impossible. There are so many religions to chose from with only one said to be the right one in which God is said to except, indicating the rest of these religions is man made and therefore rejected by God. Although the world has progressed in just about every area of the modern civilizations we have not grown in the area of religion. In fact we are just as prehistoric as the caveman was when he first encountered fire, or when he seen the phenomena’s of the universe (falling stars and meteorites) and the customary reflexes of nature.

The investigation process that we must undergo in an effort to unearth some of these mysteries (starting from purely a historic point of view) is a tall order to be sure, nevertheless it would appear essential and extremely valuable to the longevity of humanity if we would but understand such phenomenal creation. But can we ever understand that which is beyond our comprehension and beyond our scientific technology? Some scientist believe that the universe started by what is called the big bang theory. “The Big Bang Theory is the dominant scientific theory about the origin of the universe. According to the big bang, the universe was created sometime between 10 billion and 20 billion years ago from a cosmic explosion that hurled matter and in all directions. I have no problem with this theory but I do have a question who or what created the matter in which exploded? In 1927, the Belgian priest Georges Lemaître was the first to propose that the universe began with the explosion of a primeval atom. His proposal came after observing the red shift in distant nebulas by astronomers to a model of the universe based on relativity. Years later, Edwin Hubble found experimental evidence to help justify Lemaître's theory. He found that distant galaxies in every direction are going away from us with speeds proportional to their distance.

The big bang was initially suggested because it explains why distant galaxies are traveling away from us at great speeds. Although the Big Bang Theory is widely accepted, it probably will never be proved; consequentially, leaving a number of tough, unanswered questions.”

To surmise on the basis of a theory is hence no clinical clarity, it is merely playful objective contemplations. The concern here is that scientist felt that there was no creator, they felt that everything in existence had a scientific explanation (and of course God didn’t fit any scientific description). Therefore let’s do science by utilizing some simple scientific deductions. If a person was to throw a basket of balls against the wall (which is an illustration of the big bang explosion in the universe) it is extremely and highly improbable that these balls will form an organized and structured model, (the landscape of the universe). However if a person was to throw a cake against a wall it is even more intellectually misleading that this cake would form round or egg shape spears such as our planets did during this big bang process. And again you must have something to throw against the wall (explode) for this theory to be valid. There is just too many inconsistencies with this theory. Another problem with this theory is that an explosion which propels objects for such great distances for so many years must have been a great force a most unabated power. This explosion should have also propelled our universe and each planet in our universe in the opposite direction with equal force, and yet our gravity within our universe maintains our structured planetary landscape. The gravitational pull that our universe is equipped with is not unique as other universes and stars have the same characteristic. In other words by the big bang theory our planetary universe should still be traveling in the opposing direction from other universes, we should not be seeing the same cosmic stars nor the same planetary landscape. Let us say for one moment that the big bang theory is correct and that everything was created by such means. Does this theory in any way discount the belief in God or that God may have caused this big bang during his creation?

On the surface of our planet Earth we have everything that supports life, which makes the bang theory ever more astounding. What are the chances that because life supporting elements are on earth that life would spring from this planet by itself, yet come about in such organized intelligent order? There are so many other planets that don’t support life and yet there still may be life there, maybe not as we understand or recognize such living animation. Someone or something with a high degree of intelligence had to coordinate creation, the big bang in and of itself couldn’t complete such an enormous undertaking as all organized creation on our planet in our universe and in the galactic kingdom.

Who is to say that we are the only life form living among all these galaxies, and should we actually be alone in the galactic kingdom then we certainly have enough available prime real estate to chose from. Perhaps I could get a lot on Venus where all the beautiful women are.
“The Naked Truth"

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By Venditto on September 25, 2007 at 01:08 am
Are belief in the Big Bang Theory and belief in God mutually exclusive? I think not, friend. However, by your own standards of thinking they both seem to be theoretical. Your article seems to answer more questions than it answers. Also a theory's just an educated guess, no matter how widely accepted it is. By the by, I know a gaggle of astrophysists have been and are devout catholics: Steven Hawkins, Newton, Gallileo and Neil DeGrasse Tyson- just to name a few.
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By Credo on September 25, 2007 at 06:24 am
I believe as stated in my article that God most certainly (in my opinion) exist yet with all of the evidence that I could muster there are many who will never be convinced of this reality and many who will only believe in what they see, taste and touch in this world. My article express some degree of theory, but with the best of intentions in which I had hoped would motivate some people to consider either theoretically or otherwise. In any event I most honestly appreciate your comment and look forward to writing you a better article in the future. Thanks for your honesty and your opinion. Credo
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By Credo on May 05, 2011 at 11:42 am

Thanks again for your comment


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