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Evolutionary Fraud: Piltdown Man, Nebraska Man, Java Man, Peking man, Lucy
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I SPENT ALOT OF TIME LOOKING FOR GOD I THINK HE'S OMNIPRESENT IF I FIND SOMEWHERE HE AIN'T, I'LL LETCHA KNOW | made w/ Imgflip meme maker
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As one of my favorite songs goes: "You could be the light in the dead of the night, instead of searching for the light yourself,"

It's the best reply i have, but you're... how do i say this... probably right.

My personal Jesus would still kick your personal Jesus's butt.
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CLEARLY AN EGYPTIAN RELIGION BUT THEY'RE IN D'NILE A BOW DAT | made w/ Imgflip meme maker
Fundamental Christians believe in dragons, right?
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Yo Dawg Heard You Meme | YO DAWG DECEMBER 25 IS MITHRAS' BIRTHDAY EATING THE BODY OF GODS CAME FROM GREEK PAGAN RELIGIONS AND "AMEN" IS AN ANCIENT EGYPTIAN GOD WHOSE | image tagged in memes,yo dawg heard you | made w/ Imgflip meme maker
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DIANA? THE HUNTER? ARTEMIS? | made w/ Imgflip meme maker
Religion is fluidic, but it's adherants are generally not.
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Or at least they don't admit they are.
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The followers of religious secular humanism/atheism are just the same.
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You know the belief that the bible is a literal document was actually a response to the scientific enlightenment? This is some 17th century stuff right here.

The skeletons are irrelevant. You'll end up rejecting the world itself if this kind of belief system starts crimbling.
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It comes down to this: Either nothing made everything or Something made everything. The Truth is self evident. The alternative only exists by fraud.
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My theory is that purely empty space is unstable and reactive. I think there's a Judaic school of thought that views God as nothingness. I guess i agree with them? They're a little too nihilistic for may tastes, though.
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Sounds like Zen/Buddhist. Ultimately it relies on a MultiVerse model or infinite universe model, since the Universe has a beginning, it's not very scientifically valid. It is, however, a step above seeing yourself as a soul-less glorified zoo
animal (religious secular humanist, religious atheist ).
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Multiverse sounds like a lazy explanation for human specific conciousness and the ability to make choices between things.
Many people practice an echo of their culture's original religious/moral belief system.

In the end, multiverse is some sort of scientific safe space where laymen can fantisize that in an alternate reality they really did become an astronaut or a doctor just like Asian Dad Meme always wanted.

At a spiritual level, it's the equivalent of separating the soul from the body.

I suspect it's an attempt by the scientific community to reject moral law by conflating having morality with being a mindless animal. (Opposite land)

As for the infinate universe model, it should be noted that the universe is indeed infinate for you, me, and any of our children. Even if it wasn't, having a limited corporeal form makes 'understanding' a matter of empathy in the primary, and knowledge in the secondary.

These new scientific theorys that borders on being a religion seems untethered from realistic societal progression.

The eight-fold path relies on intent as far as i can gather...

The afterlife is a place of infinite lives, and the world a place of a single life or timeline.

"Play/Practice" manifests as the exploration of alternate realities, which is similar to heaven, or "eden" or "childhood".

I suspect that 3-4th century B.C. greek Athenian democracy might be an expression of the omega becoming alpha.

I suppose i think God is the first 'intent' or decided action. While it may be possible to ascribe intent to a dog or an ant, that sort of logic seems one dimensional and reclusive, to me.

I suspect dark matter might be remnant pseudo-matter from previous big bang cycles, but i dont find this bother me or invalidates genesis.

Humans are distinctly limited. Burning-bush levels of limited. I don't think its possible to know God, i think it's possible to know OF God.

I'm currently toying with the idea that Athenian democracy is a manifestation of the omega (the lowly people) becoming alpha.

If it's true that democracy is an unavoidably Christian concept, it's possible that the two are completely inseparable.

/end rant/
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Our purpose in life is to know God, a relationship with Him is the meaning of our existence. It's why we are here on this testing ground called earth as moral free agents. Love will not force itself on you. We are give freewill to make the choice ourselves.

Second, He gives us talents/gifts to use for His glory, that is the application of the relationship. I'm just speaking from my personal experience and answered prayers/miracles. It's amazing life knowing God...
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I'll freely admit that I didn't quite understand most of that stuff about the universe being infinite, so I don't really have anything to say about that. As for knowing God, I partially agree with you. As limited human beings, we cannot know God on our own, but God, as an unlimited being, can freely enable us to know Him personally, if He so chooses. I believe He has chosen to reveal Himself to us and draw close in many ways, and I have seen His influence on my life. I have gotten to know Him and rely on Him, and without Him I am nothing
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The asking of questions is a sign of doubt, and doubt is treated as an existential crisis.
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