lahokamal
Evolution!! Did we come from monkeys? Posted on: 2005/4/27 11:21
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i ask for a brief answer; can you build a building without ground floor?
you cannot. how can you build a theory without explaining the origin of first living organism? Add the lack of transitional forms, invalid evolution mechanisms to this.
http://www.evolutiondeceit.com

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avyakt7
Re: Evolution!! Did we come from monkeys? Posted on: 2005/4/27 14:04
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There are no theories in the western world that can explain the origin of the world in a rational, logical manner. Neither creationism nor ID nor Evolution.
As a matter of fact, true evolutionism is not concerned with the "origins".

The reason why these theories fail is because they consider time as a "straight line" from a "beginning" to an uncertain future. The problem is the "beginning".
The Eastern world already figure out that problem, instead of a "straight line" of time, time is circular, cyclical. Then you don't have the problem of the "beginning" but rather accept the fact that time is eternal, eternity means cyclical and cyclical means repetition. Just like everything in nature is cyclical, so time is the same. These ideas support scientific laws such as the law of conservation of energy/ matter, the second law of thermodynamics and even some aspects of the theory of relativity when it deals with time/space.

The short answer: No, humans don't come from monkeys...
It is time to be sensible. If a theory cannot explain the "origin" of the universe in a logical, reasonable way, how can it successfully explain the "origin" of a human? or a monkey?
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lahokamal
Re: Evolution!! Did we come from monkeys? Posted on: 2005/5/12 14:04
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The roots of evolutionist thought go back as far as antiquity as a dogmatic belief attempting to deny the fact of creation. Most of the pagan philosophers in ancient Greece defended the idea of evolution. When we take a look at the history of philosophy we see that the idea of evolution constitutes the backbone of many pagan philosophies.
However, it is not this ancient pagan philosophy, but faith in God which has played a stimulating role in the birth and development of modern science. Most of the people who pioneered modern science believed in the existence of God; and while studying science, they sought to discover the universe God has created and to perceive His laws and the details in His creation. Astronomers such as Copernicus, Keppler, and Galileo; the father of paleontology, Cuvier; the pioneer of botany and zoology, Linnaeus; and Isaac Newton, who is referred to as the "greatest scientist who ever lived", all studied science believing not only in the existence of God but also that the whole universe came into being as a result of His creation. Albert Einstein, considered to be the greatest genius of our age, was another devout scientist who believed in God and stated thus; "I cannot conceive of a genuine scientist without that profound faith. The situation may be expressed by an image: science without religion is lame."
One of the founders of modern physics, German physician Max Planck said: "Anybody who has been seriously engaged in scientific work of any kind realizes that over the entrance to the gates of the temple of science are written the words: Ye must have faith. It is a quality which the scientist cannot dispense with."
The theory of evolution is the outcome of the materialist philosophy that surfaced with the reawakening of ancient materialistic philosophies and became widespread in the 19th century. As we have indicated before, materialism seeks to explain nature through purely material factors. Since it denies creation right from the start, it asserts that every thing, whether animate or inanimate, has appeared without an act of creation but rather as a result of a coincidence that then acquired a condition of order. The human mind however is so structured as to comprehend the existence of an organising will wherever it sees order. Materialistic philosophy, which is contrary to this very basic characteristic of the human mind, produced "the theory of evolution" in the middle of the 19th century.

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qOLOp
Re: Evolution!! Did we come from monkeys? Posted on: 2005/5/16 17:24
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creationism and evolutionism are both wrong.
As stated before, Both believe in linear time thus they cannot explain this simple question: who came first, the chicken or the egg? this is the same question that Stephen Hawkins asked, the same question that western philosophies and believes have pretended to know the answer.

"Matter is not created neither destroyed, it can only be transformed" This is a Law of our physical world. It was stated by Lavoisseur. Later explained by Einstein E=mc2 , where energy can be transformed into matter. This physical law explains clearly that matter cannot be created. Why do we still think that God created matter? Judeo-Christian believes are not consistent with this law, neither evolution.

Eastern believes on the other hand, have offered the answers to these questions way before judeaism took place. Scholars nowdays agree that Asia, specifically India is the oldest culture of all, China is right there too. The oldest cultures, the oldest wisdom form the east have been conveniently forgotten.
God is in the realm of the unlimited. God is a soul just like us. Souls do not deal with matter. All scriptures were written by human beings. All of them have mistakes. It is time to realize that faith is not blind, but rather; faith in the intellect in our reasoning is what will allow us to recognize God. After all, reasoning is what makes us search for God, the ultimate. God is a reality.
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