Homo Sapiens Vs. Adam & Eve
“The universe is constructed from a multitude of various materials. It is dynamic in form and shape due to a multitude of various processes and interactions between these materials. To the human, however, in his need to establish his place and purpose in the universe, the most important material is biological and the most important process is evolution, far it is only here that the human can learn to understand himself, an understanding that is vital to his survival.” Anonymous
Over the centuries of theoretical and religious beliefs about how human began to walk on earth’s soil is still questioned. We the people have always listened, read, ect. about such things as this, causing hatred and racism (Practically more than that….I’m just pointing out the facts), have you ever truly questioned how your first ancestors were born or have even constructed your own theory of human evolution. Well lately I have been, since I am taking philosophy in religion as one of my courses. It hit me there and suddenly I felt inspired to post a topic about this. I mean what is really the truth?…Can either side (Religion or Paleanthropologist (scientist, ect.) actually prove this or have one of them already figured it out? Rather, science uses circumstantial evidence, and religion is built on faith.To illustrate, there are various things (fossils, DNA, etc.) that point to the possibility of "this and that" happening, which lead up to the creation of man. That's the science half of it. On the other hand, you have religion, that says, "It went like this," and, to a large extent, has not been disproven. Granted, it hasn't been proven either, but it's stood the test of time,
But do you actually believe what they show you or read?…I want your opinions as well as which side you go for. Here are some links...there are thousands…but I went for the first three ^.^.
Note: I shall edit this if I or anyone else find erra in my posting.
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