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How did life come into exist on this planet?

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athiest,God is light,God is also spirit and unseen,he is also eternal,your physical reality which you have so ,much faith in has no explainable begining.what created the matter that was the big bang?what created that?and that?and that,and,and,and,to eternity.its amazing to me that science has a begining to the universe,to time and space,yet the begining point,has no begining.so how can you have faith in something which has no explainable source?
---tom2 on 10/29/09


atheist: "How did life come into exist on this planet? The same way it has on other planets, in other solar systems with other stars, in other galaxies."

You make it sound like you absolutely know for sure that life exists on other planets when scientist do not have conclusive evidence.

atheist: "Why narrow your vision of the wonderment of it all to such a self-centered, myopic, and paranoic singular field of sight."

Look where the active imaginations of men has taken us. Where would this world be without God's word? Full of anarchy much like in the days of Noah.
---Steveng on 10/29/09


How did life come into exist on this planet?

The same way it has on other planets, in other solar systems with other stars, in other galaxies.

Or perhaps in other ways?

Or in other ways that our 'life' could not even begin to recognize or comprehend?

Why narrow your vision of the wonderment of it all to such a self-centered, myopic, and paranoic singular field of sight.

There is more there, than there is here. There is more space between the atoms of a solid than there are particles that have physical mass.

There are more types of energy that we can't see than we do.

Why close you mind to all that is there?
---atheist on 10/29/09


Warwick:"And mostly taught as fact, which they aren't for the reasons you say."

You are jumping to your own conclusions again. I am not sure exactly what it is that you think I gave reasons for.

What you can't see is one thing. What others can 'see' or infer from current evidence and science is another.

No you can't look up and see a big bang, but there is background radiation and math that supports the idea.

'Life', as yet has not been 'created' by men from just 'chemicals', but that is an unknown to be found out.

The theory of evolution is well supported through the fossil record with more details found everyday.
---atheist on 10/29/09


Tom,

It's really quite simple: I love my children.

There is enough danger in the world. Growing pollution, overpopulation, exquisitely and technologically more advanced ways of killing each other, disease, inseparatable national interdependances, and on and on.

To that you add religion, which is irrational to begin with, and been the cause of a great many wars.

Will the added craziness of populations with heads full of various gods, demons, and scriptural direction push us over the brink?

Best case ?: Some religious people just sit there and think they have found god and do nothing to make it worse.

Or do we all take responsiblity and move forward on a rational and reasoned path?
---atheist on 10/29/09




Tom as an atheist, Atheist must believe only in the natural, therefore he must believe all matter and life, etc arose by naturalistic unguided processes. However he seems to know little about the beliefs which undergird his position. In this he is like those Christians who blindly believe.

Nonetheless he feels the need to be here ridiculing God and our beliefs.

The many activist atheists I have met have a misplaced sense of intellectual superiority. They look down on Scripture and Christian believers while being believers themselves. Surely this is both arrogance, and hypocrisy.
---Warwick on 10/29/09


Cliff you are slow to perceive that God's word is my authority. I have never said, and do not believe I have the truth. Only God does, and as a faithful Christian I believe His word. You obviously don't.

You are correct, my mind is made up, that God is my God who came as man to pay the price for our sin that we may be forgiven, and inherit eternal life. My faith is based upon Him, not a mixture of God's word and man's opinions.

A heretic is as a heretic does. God's word decides that, not me. Sin is sin, God's word decides that, not me.

You do not in any way make me uncomfortable or rock my boat. You make me sad, for the blessings you are missing.
---Warwick on 10/29/09


warwick,thats been my point with athiest,he clearly believes only in the physical world,there is no life aftyer death,no God,I have ponted out several times and asked what is his purpose?I can only assume its not for knowledge of God or spiritual truth,since he doesn,t believe there is anything outside of the physical reality we reside in while in this world.any conversation with him is futile,all he does is make rude comments,and accusations ,that if you believe in God,then your stupid.
---tom2 on 10/29/09


Jerry,

You seem to be confused on how to portray what you think I believe, combined with what you claim 'science' says or doesn't say, into a cohesive picture that adequately ridicules and denigrates anything you find contrary to your personel interpretation of the 'word of god'.

To counter your belief that 'god' created 'man' with the 'breath of life', you now ask that I describe exactly on how to raise the dead. Cute.

Is there nothing, that lacking what you consider a clear and reasonable non-bible contradicting 'scientific' explanation you can leave to a simple "We don't know, yet."?

Given a choice, if your heart stops, do you want the defrillator, or hope 'god' intervenes with the 'breath of life?'
---atheist on 10/29/09


atheist: You seem to be very confused about what you believe. I've tried to express my understanding of your stated beliefs on bigenesis. Yet every time I try to get closer, you duck and weave. How about this - Why don't you explain how non-living chemicals became living creatures. Or does it upset you to face the unknown?

You told Warwick "You make a distinction between life and non-life as though life is not composed of chemicals." Is it? Here's a challenge for you. Take a freshly dead animal (all brain electrical activity has just ceased). All the chemicals are still there. MAKE IT LIVE! If dumb, blind random chance can do it from scratch, surely a bright guy like you can do it starting with a whole animal.
---jerry6593 on 10/29/09




Warwick, You are not alone in your mind set,
IE- My mind is made up,don't confuse me with facts!
You're no different than the other fundamentalists who believe they (alone) have "The truth" but then, so do Catholics,Jews LDS,7th Day Adventists,Jehovah's witnesses,Baptists etc...
Anyone who thinks differently than these are "heretics"
I obviously make you uncomfortable,so I will no longer "rock your boat"
I'm not your enemy..Agape.
---1st_cliff on 10/29/09


Atheist, the things I mentioned are definitely part of the naturalistic evolutionary theory. And mostly taught as fact, which they aren't for the reasons you say.

You have your faith. Why do you feel the need to ridicuile the faith of others?

Christianity is a faith, not religion, and is very beneficial to mental health.

As regards life my point is the naturalistic view proposes that chemicals organized themselves into self-replicating life. But no one knows how. Just a belief but taught as fact. How can order come from order by chance?
---Warwick on 10/28/09


Cliff you are akin to sceptics who scour Scripture for what they perceive as contradictions or inconsistencies. We know there are things in Scripture which are difficult to understand, as Peter said about some things Paul wrote. However with patient study, prayer, and the Holy Spirit's assistance, bit by bit, things are revealed. You are not prepared to do this, preferring to ridicule God's word, and those who accept it.

There is no point in continued correspondence. It is not that I cannot answer your questions but that it is pointless, as you don't want answers. When one question is answered you move to the next on your list. With your hostile attitude you will never come to know Truth.
---Warwick on 10/28/09


Genesis 1=20
---jerry on 10/28/09


Atheist a question you have been asked is: For what purpose do you blog on these pages?
---Warwick on 10/28/09


Warwick,

You may have misunderstood me. I mean YOU don't see those things. In some cases no one really sees the things you claim are not there because they are not really any part of a theory. You can't look for and expect to see something that happened 100's of thousands or millions or billions of years ago over extraodinary lengths of time.

You make a distinction between life and non-life as though life is not composed of chemicals, or chemicals themselves have no stability that can come from disorder.

And BTW there are plenty of people who have given up religion to regain their sanity.
---atheist on 10/28/09


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I can seek understanding without risk of offending an imaginary friend who will torture me forever in an imaginary hell for not talking to him. I can live my life without fear of death, knowing that is the natural course of things. I can live happily in the here and now without embracing the infantile expectation of living forever in an imaginary heaven with my imaginary friend.

I can wonder and appreciate the intricate mechanisms, understood, misunderstood, and yet to be both, that might, have or will drive the universe that I perceive within my narrow range of perceptions.

I can comfortably say I don't know to things I don't know and not feel denigrated by those who claim they know.

I don't have to explain crocoducks...
---atheist on 10/28/09


Atheist I appreciate your honesty.

You are right, we do not see the appearance of matter, nor life appearing from non-living chemicals, and we do not see new kinds of creatures appearing. In reality we cannot even see microbe-to-man evolution occuring at all. No one has seen a new kind (as opposed to a new species) appear. This is my point. Your world-view, based upon naturalism, is a belief. And a belief without the rewards which flow from relationship with Christ. The church is 'full' of ex-atheists and sceptics who have taken the step of faith and had their lives transformed. Now forgiven, knowing they will live for eternity.

All positive.

What is positive in your faith?
---Warwick on 10/28/09


Warwick, You must admit that Jesus did not "command" Christians to "continue"observing ("communion",for want of a better name!)what took place in the upper room.
Just as you say "you think it's a good idea".
Paul and Luke thought it was such a good idea that they included "DO this "
Paul told Timothy that scripture was "God breathed" Maybe it sounded like a good idea to Paul,huh?
BTW was Rev 12 also "God breathed""(see my post)
---1st_cliff on 10/28/09


Jerry,: "a mysterious, as yet unknown, naturalistic explanation for the self-generation of life from inorganic material in violation of proven scientific and mathematical principles." ---which you wrote.

DOES NOT EQUAL

"that life began on earth by some as yet unknown naturalistic (rather than supernatural) process."---which you wrote

OR

'It's all natural. Some things just don't have a "good explanation"---yet. Those things you and Warwick banish to the realm of the "supernatural".' ---which I did write

As a scientist you should know that it is bad to make up data. (AKA 'lie')
---atheist on 10/28/09


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God created life. Why does someone who does not believe in God spend so much time and talk trying to convince himself and others that God does not exist?? Think about it.
---carol on 10/28/09


Cliff,

No. I don't think I would like to live forever. It would be unnatural.

Everything dies. I am not afraid of death. Afterall, we've all been there and done that before we were born.
---atheist on 10/28/09


Jesus the Creator created the earth and he also created the life on earth. "In beginning being the Word, and the Word being from God, and God being the Word. This One being in beginning from God. All things were made by him: and without him was not any thing made that was made. Being in the world, and by him the world came into being, and the world knew him not. The worlds were framed by the word of God, so that things which are seen were not made of things which are visible. You are worthy, O Lord, to receive glory and honor and power: for you have created all things, and for your pleasure they are and were created." John 1:1-3,10+ Hebrews 11:3+ Revelation 4:11.
---Eloy on 10/28/09


Do you claim we see the naturalistic events [events imitating or producing the effect or appearance of nature] I outlined happening today?

No, I claim that natural events [events conforming to the usual or ordinary course of nature] are happening today.

Whether you see them or not is up to you.

As far as events imitating or producing the effect or appearance of nature as you outlined---why would anyone want to do that?

An event imitating the mating of a crocodile with a duck and producing a crocoduck---would that be an example?
---atheist on 10/28/09


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atheist: Did too! .... You stated that life began on earth by some as yet unknown naturalistic (rather than supernatural) process. Now you claim thet you didn't say it. How is it that I can remember what you think better than you can? Must be that "fortune cookie" mind (or is it brain) of yours.
---jerry6593 on 10/28/09


Lee what a nasty man you are. You have obviously been stung because I have contradicted your man-centerd, non-Biblical views. I discern you are not accustomed to being contradicted.

In reality I find your constant ignorant rudeness to be encouraging. Go for it!
---Warwick on 10/28/09


Cliff God did indeed inscribe the 10 Commandments and still people will not believe them.

All Scripture is 'God breathed' as 2 Tim. 3:16 says.

Matthew reports Jesus told His 'disciples' (including apostles) that the bread and wine represented His body and blood. Even if this is all that was said there is every reason why we disciples should remember what He did for us at every meal. Luke also reports this, adding-do this in rembrance of me. No contradiction, simply extra information.

I do not see where this was given to "Apostles" for "ONE NIGHT,ONE TIME."
You are a sceptic who needs to attack God's word. Sadly you do not have the Holy Spirit to help you.
---Warwick on 10/28/09


and scripture says God will use the weak and foolish things to show the great thinkers like you whos in charge.there was only one apostle that was educated,and he deliverd jesus to be crucified,judas.thats the problem with the human race,they think to much,and always about the wrong things.acience,who cares about pulsars,quasars,nebulas,galaxies,special relativity,Everything works the way it does cause thats how GOD made it.If jesus came today, the apostles would all be dropouts,cause apparently highly educated people think to much.athiest matbe tou should buy a nidel of the human brain,and kneel each day to it.
---tom2 on 10/27/09


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MarkV //Jerry, by the Words of God. He spoke and it was done. Nothing to it for God.

No, No, No, No, Warwick believes God created the world in 'days' and 'days' has to be of 24 hour duration, even if there was no sun until the 4th period of creation.

And since He mentioned 'days', that means that He had to use His watch to determine when He would initiate the next sequence of events.

Frankly, both Jerry and the wanntabe SDA Warwick have a god that is much smaller than the one we read of in the Bible.
---Lee1538 on 10/27/09


atheist: "Fortune cookie say: "The eye is blind when the mind is absent.""

Actually, it's 'the eye is blind when the brain is absent.' I know of many people that have brains, but no mind, and yet still see - at least up to the end of their noses.
---Steveng on 10/27/09


Warwick, There's a big difference in Jesus inviting His "Apostles" to drink the wine and eat the bread "ONE NIGHT,ONE TIME" and saying "keep doing this" and you say you study with an open mind???
Again ,a big difference in attacking God's word and pointing out the errors of man!
You cannot dispute the fact that God only wrote "the 10 commandments" all else was penned by humans!
Fact, There are no two "identical"and no "original" manuscripts extant! Thousands of bits and pieces.
---1st_cliff on 10/27/09


Atheist, honourable fortune cookie also say 'He who sleep on side of hill, not on level.'

I think you could duck and weave your way across a freeway without being hit.

Do you claim we see the naturalistic events I outlined happening today?
---Warwick on 10/27/09


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Warwick,

Fortune cookie say: "The eye is blind when the mind is absent."
---atheist on 10/27/09


Jerry, by the Words of God. He spoke and it was done. Nothing to it for God.
---MarkV. on 10/27/09


Atheist it is your sport to deride those who believe differently to you. You ridicule Christian faith while having little to say in support of your own beliefs.

I do not mock hard science-the scientific method-but point out that the long-ages/evolutionary view is a story, not hard science. I have repeatedly asked you to show where I am wrong but no answer!

What have you to contribute here?
---Warwick on 10/27/09


Atheist I wrote "I was writing of naturalistic events-creation of matter, appearance of life able to replicate itself, which supposedly lead to all the life which has ever been."

And added:

"But we see nothing of this happening today!"

You replied " Don't include everyone in your 'we'...."

Do you claim we see the naturalistic events outlined above happening today?
---Warwick on 10/27/09


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Cliff the difference is, I read Scripture with an open mind, aware I have the assistance of the Holy Spirit to understand, ready to receive.

Conversely you look for problems, contradictions, and inconsistencies, and see what you search for. As the man said 'I wouldn't have seen it if I hadn't believed it." You see only what you want to see. And worse you imagine you are intelligent enough to pull the Bible apart by the power of your intellect! No man can.

Yes in constantly pointing out what you perceive as errors, which are not, you are attacking God's word.

Jesus did tell the apostles, and disciples to eat the bread and drink the wine. Those who follow Him today are His disciples and we follow His command!
---Warwick on 10/27/09


How did life come into exist on this planet?

Based on studies of population growth it is apparent that the human race started some 4000 years ago.

While there are many legends about how life came to exist on the planet, most Christian hold to the Genesis account that God created mankind on the earth.

Unfortunately our progenity left few if any reliable records so we really have no evidence to support any of the theories on how man came to exist on the planet.

What is interesting is that a particular cult leader believe that man mated with animals and produced certain races. See Amalagamation of the race by none other than Ellen White.
---Lee1538 on 10/27/09


Atheist, Do you get any enjoyment out of living day to day??
Do you enjoy music? friends, sports? creating or building things??

Without getting religious,If you had the chance to bi-pass death and keep on living (in all seriousness) would you take it??
---1st_cliff on 10/27/09


Warwick



You mock [mimic in sport or derision] science[a system of knowledge covering general truths or the operation of general laws especially as obtained and tested through scientific method] when you wrote:

"Long-long time ago there was nothing, then it exploded.
This created all the matter and order of the universe. Much later lifeless chemicals organized themselves, became alive,...."

And then you ask others to explain your mockery. Can't be done...

And: "But we see nothing of this (the above)happening today!"

And we don't."

Fortune cookie say: "The eye is blind when the mind is absent."

Don't include everyone in your 'we'....

---atheist on 10/27/09


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Jerry: "It was indeed you who said that he believed in a mysterious, as yet unknown, naturalistic explanation for the self-generation of life from inorganic material in violation of proven scientific and mathematical principles."

Did not.

That apparently is one wild interpretation of what you think I think based on what you think 'evolutionists' [whoever they are?] think.

You think? Oops, that could be another oxymoron...
---atheist on 10/27/09


Warwick, It would be interesting to see how you let scripture interpret scripture of Rev 12.
John looks up in the night sky and wonders at God's handiwork placing all these twinkling little stars.To see them fall would be like the 4th of July!
He writes a third of the stars (astre from which we get astronaut) fall from heaven.
Not realizing that if just one of these twinkling little stars hits our earth...we're vaporized...history!
like Porgy and Bess-"it ain't necessarily so!"
---1st_cliff on 10/27/09


Atheist I wrote,

"Long-long time ago there was nothing, then it exploded.
This created all the matter and order of the universe.
Much later lifeless chemicals organized themselves, became alive, amazingly able to replicate themselves.
Left to itself this amazingly complex life form evolved to become all the wonderous variety of life, both extinct and extant."

I was writing of naturalistic events-creation of matter, appearance of life able to replicate itself, which supposedly lead to all the life which has ever been.

And added:

"But we see nothing of this (the above)happening today!"

And we don't.
---Warwick on 10/27/09


atheist:

"Sorry, I haven't a "theory of supernatural naturalistic abiogenesis". So you can't really expect me to explain it. Who's theory is this? Sounds quite oxymoronic to me..."
---atheist on 10/26/09

It was indeed you who said that he believed in a mysterious, as yet unknown, naturalistic explanation for the self-generation of life from inorganic material in violation of proven scientific and mathematical principles. I simply put a name to your blind faith belief system, and noted that it sounds more like a religion than a scientific theory. I agree that such thinking is oxymoronic. Even your puking "Mambo god" is a better belief than that.
---jerry6593 on 10/27/09


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Warwick, That's where you and I differ, Your idea of study is to read scripture, mine is to ask who? what? where? when? why?
Because I point out error I'm "attacking scripture???"
If Jesus said "keep doing this" then by all means we should!
But when someone else says "He said it" Was not there to hear it and no one backs him up ...something amiss here! God breathed???
---1st_cliff on 10/27/09


Cliff you fruitlessly spend so much effort attacking Scripture. I would advise you to spend more time in Bible study and prayer.

In error you conceive Jesus was instituting some ceremonial, church-based event. In reality it was a meal, Jesus' last meal with his disciples, including apostles. He took two common everyday things, bread and wine, common accompanyments of a meal, to represent Himself to them. I eat bread and drink wine and in these two common things endeavour to remember Him. We also do this at church to remember him.

Why shouldn't we remember Him?
---Warwick on 10/26/09


Adam came from dirt, and Eve came from Adam's rib. Because God spoke, and all things were created. We are all made from dirt.
---Rebecca_D on 10/26/09


athiest,thats were we disagree,as a mere human bing,ad a believer I know my physical mind cant,and never will know everything,neither will science ever explain everything.If physical reality had a bigining at the big bang,what was there before it?GOD?thats what I believe.my point is not to think,why?cause it takes my mind off what it should be on,GOD.you dont think your way to GOD,you worship him,repent,admitt your sin.thats all the thinking that needs be done.
---tom2 on 10/26/09


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'he holds his beliefs by faith'


Of course, at the most basic philosophical level everything is but a belief. I could be only consciousness with no physical reality, and the only one in the universe. But again, I don't think believing that is very helpful.
---atheist on 10/26/09


Tom I am never bothered by rude or mocking words. They are a clear sign the writer has nothing intelligent to say.

I realized long ago atheist isn't here because he is seeking, as his mind is already made up. He is here to ridicule supernatural belief, especially the Christian faith, but grudgingly admitted he holds his beliefs by faith. He should be happy to leave it there.

In reality in his rudeness and scepticism he is milder than some 'Christians' who blog here.

Interestingly he is unable to answer fairly basic questions regarding evolution. In fact he knows little about this belief. In this way he is like a Christian who doesn't study God's word, but only has blind faith.
---Warwick on 10/26/09


The wonderful part of this whole creation is that God only used 3 building blocks to create this whole universe including you and I and everything we use, Electrons,protons and neutrons!Amazing what!
!BTW Warwick Matthew does not say "Keep doing this" Deciet?? touche'
---1st_cliff on 10/26/09


Warwick,

You know you could be right! It is so so much more reasonable to speak nothing into something than to puke nothing into something. When the scientific method does put together a complete explanation I am sure that puking won't be part of the process, but, I am doubtful about that speaking thing either.

"But we see nothing of this happening today!"

Try looking up...Or sorry that view of the universe only shows us what happened billions of years ago. All those other galaxies, stars with planets, were all in the past. No telling what's going on now...
---atheist on 10/26/09


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Jerry,

Sorry, I haven't a "theory of supernatural naturalistic abiogenesis". So you can't really expect me to explain it. Who's theory is this? Sounds quite oxymoronic to me...
---atheist on 10/26/09


Tom,

When I write "your god" I am making the point that that supernatural entity you have chosen to worship is different that the'god' others worship. If there was one 'god', then you all wouldn't be so confused about what he wants or does. I can't remember whether "your god", as in Tom's 'god', provides an eternal hellfire for sinners or not. Or as other believers believe just a permanent death for 'sinners'. There is no sarcasm in that reference to 'your god'.

Think about it if you dare, but if you refuse and tell me again that you already know, I hold to the idea that then you are not using your brain because that is not thinking, which is the prime behavior shown when not using your brain.
---atheist on 10/26/09


atheist: OK, so the Mambo isn't your personal belief. What is? Can you articulate the particulars of your theory of supernatural naturalistic abiogenesis?
---jerry6593 on 10/26/09


waewick,athiest has never said in plain talk what he believes,but he attitude seems to project a aense of disbelief in any God,or life after death.This has been going on for awhile,and he also goats people with scarcastic remarks,and rude personal attacks,like your God,and you have a brain but dont think and like manner observations of anyone who proclaims to be a believer.Hid latst childish remark about me tends to make me think hes hust here to mess with peoples minds,not to learn anything.
---tom2 on 10/25/09


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Genesis 1:1-2:4,"In the beginning God created the heaven and the earth." Genesis 1:11-12, 22, reproduction. In Genesis 2:7 God "breathed into his nostrils the breath of life, and man became a living soul." Genesis 2:20-25, help meet.
---Glenn on 10/25/09


Atheist read God's creation account and explain on what basis you would offer Mumbo Jumbo's creation account, as equal to and an alternative to God's account?

Another creation account:

Long-long time ago there was nothing, then it exploded.
This created all the matter and order of the universe.
Much later lifeless chemicals organized themselves, became alive, amazingly able to replicate themselves.
Left to itself this amazingly complex life form evolved to become all the wonderous variety of life, both extinct and extant.

But we see nothing of this happening today!

Sounds as reasonable as Mumbo Jumbo's account. Mumbo Jumbo probably pigged out on Gumbo.
---Warwick on 10/25/09


athiest,AMEN,but iam not surprised you dont.
---tom2 on 10/25/09


Jerry,

That is the creation myth from the Bakuba tribe in Africa, and so it is not my personal belief.

Again, I must be agnostic to the question of of what Mbombo ate to make him puke, or how long the puking took, or how to disprove the Mbombo god. I just don't know. But Mbombo is on my list of those things I consider myself an atheist about,---along with Leprachauns, tooth fairies, Santa Clause, etc.

But if I were to guess, I would say he ate the same nothing that 'god' used to make 'creation'. Perhaps they are both the same 'god', just the narrative of the process is different?
---atheist on 10/25/09


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One day in the times when the sky was close to the ground a spinster went out to pound rice. Before she began her work, she took off the beads from around her neck and the comb from her hair, and hung them on the sky, which at that time looked like coral rock.

Then she began working, and each time that she raised her pestle into the air it struck the sky. For some time she pounded the rice, and then she raised the pestle so high that it struck the sky very hard.

Immediately the sky began to rise, and it went up so far that she lost her ornaments. Never did they come down, for the comb became the moon and the beads are the stars that are scattered about.
---atheist on 10/25/09


atheist: I see you finally gave your god a name - "Mbombo." Sounds more like a dance. So you believe that you evolved from puke, eh? Interesting! One question: What did Mbombo eat to make the puke?
---jerry6593 on 10/25/09


as a believer I know that all life comes from the father,and that all life resides in the faith in the son.scripture tells me that there was nothing made without him,that he holds everything,that nothing is without him.So the source of all life is God.
---tom2 on 10/25/09


yes life exists,the issue is what ,or who made it,the issue is what do you believe,or who do you believe made it.
---tom2 on 10/25/09


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"How did life come into exist on this planet?"
The same way the planet did.
The Father of life said let there be and there was.
---josef on 10/25/09


God did it !
---alan8566_of_uk on 10/25/09


as a believer I understand that this physical existance is not true life,life is within God,which he imparted to adam when he breathed the breathe of life into him.adam was never intended to die,but tghe fall brought death into the world.Now as far as your question ,GOD MADE IT ALL.
---tom2 on 10/24/09


Tom,

"'Science' will tell you"

Hasn't told me yet. Hearing voices are we, Tom?
---atheist on 10/24/09


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"We believe in one God, the Father Almighty, Maker of heaven and earth, and of all things visible and invisible [....] (cf. Gen 1:1)" proclaim the Nicene-Constantinopolitan Creed, used by the majority of Christians.

Now, if once again, you are trying to start a war between those who hold to a Theistic Evolution understanding of creation versus those who believe in a literal seven days creation and that the Earth is mere 6,000 years old (a reputable Geologist and Biologist in a University will laugh at this, even Christian ones), then that is a different story. But then again, both sides of the fences affirms that life came into existences by God.

In IC.XC.,
---Ignatius on 10/24/09


science will tell you that microbes within comets bombarded earth,they just love things that explode into existance,after billions of years grew into all the life we see today. What a variety,from the same source.I know when i mix something with the same ingridents,I almost always get the same results,aint it great how nature can do it and get a bird one time,a bug the next,and lizzard ,then a monkey.WOW wish I knew her secret.
---tom2 on 10/24/09


The Earth was originally nothing but water and darkness, ruled by the giant Mbombo. This giant, after feeling an intense pain in his stomach one day, vomited up the sun, moon, and stars. The heat and light from the sun evaporated the water covering Earth, creating clouds, and after time, the dry hills emerged from the water. Mbombo vomited once more. Many things were contained in this second vomiting--people (the first man and the first woman), animals (the leopard, the eagle, and the monkey Fumu), trees, the falling star, the anvil, the firmament, the razor, medicine, and lighting. The woman of the waters, Nchienge, lived in the East, and her son, Woto, became the first king of the Bakuba.
---atheist on 10/24/09


once upon a time after the big bang,and everything had cooled down from a million degrees,all the remaing elements and water mixed together and spantaneously,completely by accident sparked,or mixed,not to cold ,and not too hot,but JUST RIGHT,oh sorry thats another fairy tale with bears.back to reality,sea water and microbes,mixed with comet dust,and whala,we have lions tigers,and bears,oh my,oops sorry thats a movie with judy garland and red shoes.
---tom2 on 10/24/09


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By God's will and pleasure.

Whether He chose to use some naturalistic bio-chemical process and other life evolved from it, or ex nihilo (which the Bible does not actually teach), matters not to me, because either way it's STILL God at work.
---Cluny on 10/24/09


Physical biological life is photosynthetically converted sunlight. And we have, spiritually, "In Him was life and the life was the light of man." (John 1:4) So, I would say that the light of Jesus gives us life, spiritually. And in the beginning, God said, "Let there be light." This was before He made the sun. So, I can see that through His Son, Jesus, there was light and then this light of God has given life to created things > Paul speaks of "God who gives life to all things," in 1 Timothy 6:13. God has everything activated by His spiritual energy of light with "speed" to make electrons spin around the nucleus about 1,380 times a second, if I remember correctly. He is fast and micro-managing (o:
---Bill_bila5659 on 10/24/09


well lets see,christian blog site,believer based,some say God ,me too,some here might say a cracker jack box,aliens,comets,or the topper,it created itself,aka evolved.
---tom2 on 10/24/09


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