Unsubstantiated Theories

There Is No God

There is not a God, or any kind of higher power. “God” is just a characteristic in people. That characteristic shows more in some people than in others. If God created the universe, then what created God? The universe just is, always has been, and always will be. There weren’t planets at first, but particles. Those particles collided with each other and made more complex, bigger things. Collision of the particle happened so much that planets came along. If Adam and Eve were the first people on Earth, let’s say there were both the same race, they would have kids together. Their kids would have to reproduce with each other, and so on and so forth. This means that everybody would be mentally challenged, and everybody would be the same race. People say that race depends on where you live. Blacks have large noses, Asians have slanted eyes. How does the sun do this? If there was a God, why would he let there be so much evil in the world? Why would he let such bad things happen?

Comments

  1. “Blacks have large noses, Asians have slanted eyes. How does the sun do this?”

    This rhetorical question seems to be an argument in favour of the existence of a divine power, whereas the rest of your comment is arguing that there is no God. Now, it is possible that I am taking you up the wrong way, and if you do reply to my comment I am almost certain you will maintain that I have misunderstood your rationale(!), but I see a glaring inconsistency in your argument.

    You seem to be implying that the sun (and by extension the environment) cannot account for racial differences in humans. The only alternative explanation is divine creation.

    Of course, the sun CAN account for all these differences, so I don’t think this point adds to the weight of your argument that Adam and Eve couldn’t have led to racial diversity. The fact that Adam and Eve were said to have been created thousands rather than billions of years ago is neither here nor there, since you did not mention it. Perhaps if you had said that the sun could not have created such rapid diversity, your point would have been valid.

    • by Shane
    • 9 September 2011, 4:34 AM

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