December 2nd, 2004 11:07 am (UTC)
Evolutionist vs Creationist
So these 'physical laws' and 'nature' come from where or what? 'The Big Bang'?
Well, at least we can agree on one thing- all physical things die. Where we differ is our ability to accept the origins and eventual results of all things that exist. Would it be sound to claim that everything in reality was created out of a SPONTANEOUS burst of energy?
Question: where did the energy come from if nothing had existed before existence itself?
What fascinates me is the way that those who are a lot more rooted to thinking in the scientific sense rely ONLY upon quantitative and qualitative analysis in order to understand things. For others, Creation appears to be personified. We can describe it as the “Blueprint of Reality", and which is very much like the very nature of God Almighty Himself, who created our reality. What 'evolutionists' had done was to take Creation (God) and REDUCE its (his) nature down into measurable chunks. Yes, we can measure things and establish truths from those observations. Yes, we can distinguish patterns in the physical behaviour of things and try to make links to others. I don't deny this. But the one question that scientists have trouble with is this word:
For something to have ALWAYS existed means it has never had a beginning and will never have an end. Therefore, by human standards is IMmesurable. This defies the law of creation as the scientists know it.
The reason we die is because of Satan who is the Father of Sin. He is the symbol of Death but why should you celebrate that? Why not celebrate the symbol and Givers of the life you have- and I'm not talking about the parents who bore you.
In the whole scheme of things, existence is like a puzzle and each piece represents an aspect of it- some are about the physical things many more are about the spiritual. To gain more answers to the unexplained reasons why, it's better to have more of the central pieces of the puzzle than just the corner pieces. You get to see the bigger picture that way.