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Daniel.W.Evensen replied...
Apr. 18, 2016 at 11:21 am

@wolvesandwilderness, I get where you are coming from when you say that it is scientifically inaccurate. Of course, it is. That's because our minds are feeble and fickle (always changing). We can understand how God created the earth. Yes, it is scientifically impossible. But God is also all-powerful and can bend what we think is science, which is really God´s designs, and go out side the box. Thank you for your post.

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ThisEmilyDa1 replied...
Apr. 22, 2016 at 1:29 am

I have a new question, just because I like to think and see how other people think too.

Many people answered that they did or did not believe in God because the Big Bang theory could or could not have happened.

Giving the same question "do you believe in God and why or why not?" How do you think your answere would change and why if your answer was taken out of any context correlating to the Big Bang theory?

....I hope that made sense...

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CNBono17 replied...
Apr. 22, 2016 at 7:41 am

If there was no Big Bang, the universe has always been this way. Which means that it could not have been created. The Big Bang Theory supports the idea of an intelligent creator, because it claims the universe had a definite beginning. Nothing became something. (impossible). 
In conclusion, yes, I still believe in God:) 

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Apr. 26, 2016 at 7:07 pm

I do not know, whether it is a "God" or simply something bigger than our human comprehension. That being said, I feel as though religion brews more hate than love, as this practice consistently separates yourself with the rest of mankind. Violence is the result. Why is violence a result? Because when you seclude yourself by faith, culture, and ethnic group, it cultivates violence. So now we ask ourselves, how can an individual simply attempt to comprehend such corrosive barriers between mankind? Easy. The individual is not concerned with superficial aspects of societies or identifications. They are not siding in wars with other countries. Economical and governmental systems? No affiliation. Last, but not least, the individual avoids religion. This individual is no concerned and infatuated with the public appearance of himself or a specific affiliation to a group or cause or club. Why? Because this individual is focused with the complete and inept focus of mankind. Humanity is not separating yourself via labels and social class. It is having the ability to push that all to the side and appreciate and acknowledge one another as a human being. And that is what we are, human beings. We are mammals, part of the animal kingdom. We are not superior or inferior to any other species, yet we feel justified to conquer over all, as if we rule the world. In reality, we are nothing but animals. And there is so much that is beyond our comprehension. Everything we know is biased and skewed based on our own individual upbringing and personal experience. So is there a "God" or supernatural being(s)? I don't know. And frankly, it's impossible to know anything 100%. Everything is an educated guess or an opinion of someone who has learned a lesson of some sort and feels empowered to share their experience with others. I think it would be preposterous to claim either or. That being said, my personal belief if that there is a high likelihood that there is something beyond us humans out there. As much as we like to think we dominate our world, this is more likely than not false. I mean, have you ever seen a photo of a nebula? Have you ever been curious about space? Who are we to say there no life can live beyond our own galaxy? This assumption is the most self-centered and discriminatory statement anyone could ever have. There may be a "God," there may be not. But what I do know, is that we need to learn to love each other regardless of our social barriers and break the safety walls we have to created to separate ourselves from others who have different beliefs.  

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Apr. 26, 2016 at 7:09 pm

LOL **dying**

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michaelmaksmyday replied...
May 22, 2016 at 8:59 pm

what have U been smoken girl? lol

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JstAnotherWriter replied...
Nov. 15, 2016 at 2:40 am

Yes, I do believe in God, for reasons unknown. 
-btw this is a great thread 

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I,isnt,Pinkie replied...
Nov. 21, 2016 at 8:18 pm

I have a veiw on Gods different than anyone else, I believe. I believe that the universe was created by the big bang, and science, but I do belive in gods. Not in the sense that the gods have created this world, but more like they're a part of running it. They can, at times, control certain natural aspects, and can see into the future, of what will become. But I do believe that they aren't controlling EVERY DROP OF RAIN, EVERY GUST OF WIND. No, they might make something happen once in awhile, and science has a part in it too. I know it's really different, but plz don't b hatin'..

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Nov. 21, 2016 at 8:34 pm

Okay. So I just read this article and I suggest ppl check it out. Just search "Aliens are everywhere, says Ivy League professor".  Here are some excerpts:
"Ancient non-human lifeforms morphed into the physical world and are the driving force behind mind-boggling quantum physics and phenomena like dark matter, according to a Columbia University astrophysicist.
The expert says our universe is the remains of intelligent alien life which controls all aspects of the physical world — from gravity to the speed of light.
Perhaps hyper-advanced life isn’t just external. Perhaps it’s already all around”, he said.
It is embedded in what we perceive to be physics itself."
Okay. So I'm a Christian, and I believe in God with all my heart. And scientists are always trying to prove that God doesn't exist (with some exceptions) and when I read this article I was like 'they are literally describing God!'. If you replace aliens with God the article makes sense. And it's crazy how scientists are so quick to believe that a giant super-intelligent alien being of the universe is controlling everything, like that is more probable than a God. If you read the article, they are describing God Himself. He is behind the physics of this world. The first few lines of Genesis when looked deeply are full of physics. If you really look closely at the world, even at science, you will see God. That is why I love biology, I am learning about how God created us at a celluar level and it is amazing. He went into so much detail making our bodies, making everything. So sorry for rambling, but yeah. That's what I think.

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Nov. 21, 2016 at 8:42 pm

I also believe in God even more because I have heard Him, felt Him, and have seen miracles with my very eyes at church. At this point, I would be crazy to say He wasn't real with how my life has been impacted.

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Nov. 25, 2016 at 10:00 pm

This is really interesting thread :) I believe in God.

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WindRunner replied...
Dec. 1, 2016 at 12:46 pm

As do I.      

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AndreaRenee__ replied...
Jan. 19, 2017 at 10:50 am

I do believe in God. We have so much evidence that He existed, eye witnesses and written records. I believe in Jesus and the Holy Spirit. I also believe that God will return one day.

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