Patou said somewhere about Agnosticism FTW, I'd agree.
We dont know, we never will know.
Theism believes an otherworldy being made the universe and all creation.
Atheism believes the black hole etc etc etc theory.
I'd say atheism "dosent make sense" because the things that started the creation of black holes etc has no starting point.
In a way, thiesm makes more sense, because since it says an otherworldy
being made the earth and the universe etc.
I assume an otherwordly being wouldnt be constricted to earthy physical science and earthy rationalities, because it is from a completely different place.
If you could call it a place, it could be an infinite mass of Nothing.
Overall, we don't know. We never will know.
I believe in spirits etc, so I'd be agnostic to a sense, but I do believe some kind of otherworldy spirit had some kind of part to play in our creation, but then again, I dont know because I could never understand it, just like any other human.
Atheism dosent have any basis for the beginning of a black hole, if it does, where did that come from? Then where did that come from? It goes on and on.
Theism dosent make sense according to our earthy science.
But then again, isnt it OBVIOUS if an otherworldy spirit created us, that it obviously wouldnt be bound by the laws of science because it created science?
Just reading over some posts, saying anything about Adam and Eve is stupid.
Christians worldwide accept it as a metaphor type of thing, they dont actually believe 2 humans spawned the entire human race.
Well, some do, but you know, maybe they just like to imagine 2 people making that many babies?
Adam + Eve = symbolic story.
As far as I know, only "weird" branches of christianity take it as fact.
Edited by Feegro, 19 January 2008 - 02:52 PM.
Neither make sense. [theism and atheism]