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Posted 12/13/15
There's a lot of anti God posts in the forums and was wondering what everyone thought about the ultimate question.
So how did we get here.

I Personaly believe The God theory and the Big Bang theory are prity simular. Replace In the beginning God with In the beginnig the singularity, and remove the whole Garden of Edon sin debockle. What your left with it is. There was someing and everything existed in it and from it everyting was created. There was no order so a force caused differant forms of matter to appear. The suns and plantets formed. Next liquid water seperate from the solids and life formed there were plants, fish, animals basicly all life visible to the naked eye (microscopes didn't exist when Genesis was writen they obviously had know Idea there was celular life existed). Culminating in Humans. The real question at the end of Creation is what are we going to do with what weve been given.
Posted 12/13/15
I don't really know.
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There is, however, a pretty big difference between the narratives you're comparing. In one case you have an intelligent, all-powerful being that intentionally shaped the universe to be exactly the way it is for the purpose of completing some objective. In the other case you have the state of the universe representing the cumulative results of eons of physical and chemical processes just doing what they do without any particular goal or guidance in the typical sense of the word. That's just kind of how things have ended up so far.

That difference has fairly significant consequences on how one views the universe and humanity's significance/role in the celestial pageant. I'm not here to tell you what to believe, but I did think this difference was worth pointing out.
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Posted 12/14/15 , edited 12/14/15
Here's how I view it.


Himeko and Chikane did some lesbian lovemaking and thus created the entire universe, end of story.
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Posted 12/14/15

Animegirlzvstheworld wrote:

Here's how I view it.


Himeko and Chikane did some lesbian lovemaking and thus created the entire universe, end of story.


Finally, someone who understands. I thought I was the only one.
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Posted 12/14/15
What anti-God threads?
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Posted 12/14/15
Top three all at at once .
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Posted 12/14/15
It was forged within the blackest pits of Tartarus.
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Posted 12/14/15
I like the hypothesis behind 1 and 2 more than a creation hypothesis, but we will never know the true answer, so voted no clue.
Posted 12/14/15
Creation and Big Bang can coexist you know.
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Posted 12/14/15

PeripheralVisionary wrote:

Creation and Big Bang can coexist you know.
Only as theories, not as actual events. This is because Creation attempts to answer what happened before the universe began and the Big Bang is really a model for the universe once it already started existing. This is because physicists recognize that time and energy must coexist. It is not possible within the realm of physical laws to answer the causality of the universe's existence because we have no knowledge of properties of the universe before the universe. Scientists are pretty much stuck with "we don't know."

What we do know is that the universe is about 13 billion years old. That number seems like a long time, but not quite long enough to say the universe has "always existed." Yet if you think about it, it HAS always existed because before the Big Bang, time didn't exist either, so there was no "before." It doesn't really make a difference whether the Big Bang happened billions of years ago or a few minutes ago. At that moment time and reality began simultaneously so "always" and "the age of the universe" are one and the same.

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Posted 12/14/15
We'll probably never know
Posted 12/14/15
I don't care, knowing the answer won't make any difference to my life.
Posted 12/14/15

JustineKo2 wrote:


PeripheralVisionary wrote:

Creation and Big Bang can coexist you know.
Only as theories, not as actual events. This is because Creation attempts to answer what happened before the universe began and the Big Bang is really a model for the universe once it already started existing. This is because physicists recognize that time and energy must coexist. It is not possible within the realm of physical laws to answer the causality of the universe's existence because we have no knowledge of properties of the universe before the universe. Scientists are pretty much stuck with "we don't know."

What we do know is that the universe is about 13 billion years old. That number seems like a long time, but not quite long enough to say the universe has "always existed." Yet if you think about it, it HAS always existed because before the Big Bang, time didn't exist either, so there was no "before." It doesn't really make a difference whether the Big Bang happened billions of years ago or a few minutes ago. At that moment time and reality began simultaneously so "always" and "the age of the universe" are one and the same.



That doesn't go against the fact that a god could've cause the big bang, which as you said is only a theory. I'm arguing from another perspective aside my own.
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Posted 12/14/15 , edited 12/15/15
You see when a Mama Universe and a Daddy Universe love each other very much...
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