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Avatar: 74903 2011-07-31 00:19:12 -0400

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OverclockedJesus Posted:

Big bang != creation

Big bang = state-change

So, what cirgreat timesstances would have led to the occurrence of the Big Bang? Wouldn’t it technically be called a creation, because gas can condensate into a liquid and still “create” water?

DarkDespair5 Posted:

Infinity because that is how many creation myths can be spawned by the human mind. On the basis of zero evidence, these are nothing more than fictional legends. If you randomly come up with your own version of how existence came to be, would that be any more accurate than any novel?

Why do many myths embody a God in a humanlike form? It’s an example of psychological masturbation, to put it bluntly. It is a clear indication that these are merely creative works, not some sort of revelation.

It isn’t from complete randomization; one had to have observed something to form a basis, no matter how crude. For instance, the Greeks needed to have witnessed the sun rising and falling to come up with the god Phaethon, who pulled the sun across the sky with his chariot.

A humanlike form gives a sense of connection with mankind, allowing for easier visualization. If it was given an animal form, it’d be contradictory since animals were long considered lower than humans and if not given a form at all, no one would be able to relate themselves towards that deity.

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