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Today's Creation Moment

Jul
23
Glass Insects in Space!
Psalm 9:1
"I will praise Thee, O Lord, with my whole heart; I will shew forth all Thy marvelous works."
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i don't mean to be rude, but what you just wrote is the biggest pile of bull-crap I've ever read. The Universe isn't a mystery? And if we submit to gods "righteousness," we will somehow understand him, and understand the universe as well? Please. Be smart. "turning to god," means listening and believing wholly in the scripture, and believe me when i say I've been there, done that. No understanding is gained from a foolish trust in the scripture as a literal truth. certainly not about the nature of the universe, and barely about the nature of this earth. The truth is, we can only gain understanding if we actively pursue it, whether that be scientifically or spiritually, though i would say that pursuing it scientifically would be more appropriate, benefiting the entire world with the discovery of new, logical explanations and theories. The spiritual route would lead to more of a personal discovery of the universe and its nature.

As to the "humans can only destroy, not create," i would say i disagree on both parts. If you refer to the creation and destruction of matter, if your "god" was real then i agree that he would the only one able to do so. For on this earth, matter can not be created or destroyed, it can only change form. However, the atom bombs existence seems an interesting link to your theory that man can only destroy, not create. The atom bomb doesn't destroy matter, again it only changes the form of matter to release vast amounts of energy.

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