Mono Religion Essay

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Religion
Daddy where are you? Please forgive us. These are words that are coming from around four billion Monotheistic people around the world every day. They ask for his forgiveness and kindness in their lives, but the question is where dad is? Why he is not doing anything about all these wars, poverties, hunger, and genocides that gripped human society. Where was him when over 60 million people died in World War Two. What was more important than Darfur genocide, and what does stop him to intervention in human’s society to eliminate the poverty and hunger, and the gap between wealthy and destitute? What is he doing in his life if he is not taking care of his creatures, who are his most famous and favorite creatures? To answer all of these
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The existence of the God has helped people during the centuries to resolve many problems like shortages and wars in their material life, and it benefits them to have a peace of mind and live in comfort zone by relating the most undesirable events to his order and his godliness. However, believing the God by itself has not stop humans from wars and sabotage and destruction at all, and at some point, the extreme Believe in God, was the reason for wars. We can look at the origin of the mono God religions- like Christianity, Islam, Judaism- during the first and second century when humans used to believe in numerous Gods. Believing in different gods caused a lot of confusions and conflicts between their followers. At that time, the tribes’ leaders figured out that belief is the best stimulus to move people forward and make them ready to do whatever they want, so they start to use it for their excessive demands for more land and a bigger population, and that was the beginning of the wars between Tribes. During this wars, most of the weak population wiped out, and their cultures and books plus their believe and their Gods burned out. After two centuries of wars, the only strong nations with lots of wealth and population remained, and as a result, they started the wars against each other for more land and sources. At the meantime, some smart people who …show more content…
Prophets tried to bring the moral and equality to the society by the religion and introducing the God who specifically is independent and absolute; The theory of fundamental of dependency is discussing the relation between all the existence in the universe. It connects all the existing in the universe together as a chain of causes and effects in the different level of dependency which it is entirely offcast the existence of non-related materials. In other words, everything, based on the fundamental of dependency, is obligated to exist among the other existences and it should be related to them to exist, so by this logic, God should be another fact of the universe who might play the bigger role in the dependency chain. Moreover, by eliminating the non-related existence in the universe, God cannot be a God as it has described as independent by the prophets. So, for him to exist, he should be another intelligence and evaluated existent with the superior knowledge and power who created all of us, if we still insisting on being created instead of evolution, for some experiences like what we are doing with rats or champs in the lab. In this case, there is not going to be any supervision or controlling on us or our lifestyles from him, because he or she just want to observe the result of our existence and nothing else.

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