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    Re: How Much Thought Went In To Creating Man?

    Re: How Much Thought Went In To Creating Man?
    rhinefire;, et al,

    So, built into these questions are the twin controversies (disagreements of the first order) of "intelligence design" and the presumption of a "Supreme Being" (SB) and/or a "Universal Cosmic Creator" (UCC).

    Quote Originally Posted by rhinefire View Post
    Did God decide to create man when it happened? How long did he/she contemplate the decision? What was his plan before it all blew up in his face?
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    Then there are second order conflicts which become implied by the nature of the questions; as in the example: Is the undefined SB/UCC (the creator of man) fallible?

    Then there are third order conflicts arising from the intent. Does humanity have the capacity to evaluate the creations of a deity (SB/UCC)?

    Fourth Order conflicts center on the differentiation between the "realm" of the deity (SB/UCC) versus the "realm" of humanity. This is often described as the real of the supernatural versus the natural world; both in terms of events and beings.
    What is the scientific differ between the class of Angels and Demons --- and the class of Witches and Warlocks?
    What is the scientific differ between the class of Religious Prayer and Worship --- and the class of mystic incantations and spells?
    What is the scientific differ between the class of Guardian Angel Pendants, Patron Saint Medallions, ​Disciple's Crosses and the Scapular of monastic orders --- and the class of magic amulets, ancient talisman, charms and runes?
    What is the scientific differ between the class of Religious Sacred Text (Bible, Torah, Quran, etc) --- and the class of Grimoires, Ars Notoria (Solomon), or the Book of the Dead

    Even the simplest of questions present dilemmas of a complex nature.

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    Re: How Much Thought Went In To Creating Man?

    Quote Originally Posted by Tanngrisnir View Post
    The god of the bible is a singular and unique individual. Not a man in the least.
    When god created man in the bible, he created them in HIS image, yet you say he wasn't a man?

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    Re: How Much Thought Went In To Creating Man?

    Quote Originally Posted by RepublicanProud View Post
    When god created man in the bible, he created them in HIS image, yet you say he wasn't a man?
    Correct.
    Well, he see this one particularly hot chick and not does she bag he slackjawed, but he lets a "Whoa" slip out

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    Re: How Much Thought Went In To Creating Man?

    Quote Originally Posted by RepublicanProud View Post
    When god created man in the bible, he created them in HIS image, yet you say he wasn't a man?
    It's a fairy story. If it was true than mankind would be the product of incest.
    "Nothing helps scenery like bacon and eggs."-Mark Twain.

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    Re: How Much Thought Went In To Creating Man?

    "How Much Thought Went In To Creating Man?"

    None. I believe evolution uses natural selection, not thought.

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    Re: How Much Thought Went In To Creating Man?

    Quote Originally Posted by RepublicanProud View Post
    piss off
    Well you won't last long :-/


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