The Importance Of Religion And Science

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Religion is a sensitive topic for many people. Everyone has their belief, whether it is in religion or science. Even though there is no real proof on whether God exists or not, there are facts that explain life without the need of a god. There are also ideas on why God does not exist. God is supposed to be a powerful, omnipotent 'being ' who is the creator of all life and the universe. He is supposed to be the answer to all of the questions and the reason that everything happens. God is said to live in Heaven along side other 'good ' individuals who have passed away. He decides who goes to heaven and who is cast away to Hell. He is supposed to have power over every decision that every being on Earth makes. God supposedly manages their …show more content…
Many miracles are, in fact, able to be explained but many individuals are satisfied with believing in the idea that is was a miracle sent directly by God to them. Everything has an explanation, life doesn 't just happen all of the sudden, there are reasons. Life has to be taken into their own hands. “If we define miracles as magic and not necessarily the works of God then we still have no reason to believe in them.” - Richard Carrier. Although the bible claims that God made the Earth in six days, science proves otherwise. The bible claims that Earth is only 6,000 years old, when in fact the Earth is 4.5 billion years old. That 's 3.9 billions years that were not mentioned in the bible. The bible claims that he was able to put a man and a woman on Earth, yet science has proven that humans have evolved from ape-like ancestors. Scientists have also been able to prove that mammals started to evolve 165 million years ago. Modern human beings are only 200,000 years old. Modern civilization is 6,000 years old. The bible does not mention evolution and how we as human beings evolved from those …show more content…
If everyone on Earth declared they no longer believe in this entity or the memory is simply taken, what would change? If humans were to lose record of God, would God then force his image to reappear? Would God make a grand come back, or would the thought of God then disappear forever, like it was a time in history when humans were religious. Many people have taken God out of their lives and they have been happy, they have decided that God isn 't one to be part of their lives. Then the idea of God is not passed down to the next generation. It simply stops, the belief is no longer a tradition within the

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