If you do not believe in God, how did we come into being?

Wouldn’t іt bе Ɩіkе taking a bomb tο аח auto salvage yard аחԁ coming out wіtһ a brаחԁ חеw car аftеr іt exploded? I mean someone, something һаԁ tο сrеаtе animals аחԁ plants, rіɡһt? Dοеѕ anyone really believe tһаt аƖƖ tһаt іѕ living today јυѕt developed over several thousand years οf evolution? Aחԁ іf уου believe tһаt wе evolved frοm a single cell, wһеrе ԁіԁ tһаt one ƖіttƖе single cell come frοm? I agree tһаt tһе bible һаѕ several fallacies іח іt аѕ a historical account. Bυt ѕο ԁοеѕ American History. Sο јυѕt bесаυѕе tһеrе аrе fallacies іח tһе bible, ԁο уου totally disregard tһе whole thing? Yου һаνе tο remember several factors wһеח studing tһе bible аחԁ analyzing іt. Tһе bible һаѕ bееח interpeted аחԁ translated several times. I ѕау quit focusing οח tһе ƖіttƖе details tһаt һаνе חο trυе meaning іח tһеm. Try focusing οח tһе іmрοrtаחt aspects οf tһе bible.

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34 Responses to “If you do not believe in God, how did we come into being?”

  • Wikisidr:

    according to atheists, we came from goop and monkeys

  • Lorreign:

    we came into being with a bang. no god involved.

    AHAHA bad squirrel has it I think.

  • indeepthought:

    chia pets

  • crystallinectar:

    yes i do believe in the big bang and abiogenesis and evolution. because it makes sense.

    and my reasons for not believing the bible have nothing to do with its many fallacies. it has to do with the fact that none of it makes a damn bit of sense.

  • fireball226:

    i DEFinitely do believe in God….

  • Bad Squirrel, Bad:

    My parents had sex.

  • Moiraes Fate:

    Someone else just asked this question. Go to the second page and look.

    better yet, here’s the link for you….

    http://ca.answers.yahoo.com/question/index;_ylt=AmVd6GPcu8bxV9rgQgb0_EHBFQx.?qid=20070607145258AA157N2&show=7#profile-info-LhDde5iBaa

  • Stormilutionist Chasealogist:

    Yeah…invisible deity in the sky created all…that’s what ignorant folks say when they don’t understand evolution…..did you fail science?

  • thethinker:

    I do not know and I still don’t believe. I also don’t care. Why are people so insecure.

  • Mr. Eko:

    Science does not rule out the existence of God

  • Dave P:

    A question for you – does god actively direct every division of every cell of every living thing everywhere?

    If you believe that a cell can divide without god’s active intervention, isnt’ that like blowing up your bomb in a new car and ending up with two cars?

    All sorts of processes are capable of self organization. Take Noah’s legendary rainbow. It has nothing to do with god painting each and every rainbow in the sky to remind us of the flood. It is just the basic physics of light and refraction. The bands of color organize themselves without god’s help. Snowflakes do not require legions of angels to create them, they just do it.

    Ultimately, the same applies to life. Organization can start simple and work up to the complex. It can adapt and evolve. It can result in us.

  • Edward V:

    Aliens threw out their goldfish that they thought were dead, but they thrived in the salt-water and morphed into humans.

    That is about as plausible as a big ghost-guy creating us out of dust and some dudes rib. I mean seriously.

  • jellyditty:

    we evolved from monkeys!! its true!!!!!! NOBODY created us!! look into science no offense but not EVERYTHING comes from god

  • Kjelstad:

    Don’t know. Only difference is that I do not substitute “god did it” for “I don’t know”

  • truth:

    I do believe in God

  • calis_242:

    This is how stupid your question is.

    You say, how can everthing come into being, if God did not create it. Well, the next LOGICAL question would be, how did God come into being, if something didnt create God. somehow the universe can’t just be, but somehow God can.

    So where did God come from? fair enough question, if you are gonna ask where everything else came from. don;t you think. where where where?

  • thecrazyone:

    hehe, nice. i like this question. you have this one right on. you go!

  • Snooter McPrickles:

    Uray has an experiment from the 50’s that recreated all of the basic compounds to make life and what we believed the conditions to be at the origin of life. Dawkins, Blind Watch Maker explains your junkyard caparison .

  • Doomsday:

    This is the answer I normally post when I don’t give a sht.

  • bettierage:

    Watchmaker analogy! Woo-hoo!

    I have read the Bible, a few times, and become less and less enchanted with it on each read-through.

    The important aspect I got from the Bible? The God of Abraham is vicous, bloodthirsty, and if it existed, no one I would want to spend eternity around.

    Am I wrong?

  • psychosid:

    you sound reasonable, what are the several fallacies your talking about?

  • jonmcn49:

    I do not know where to start with your confusion; especially the confusion between the chance of mutation and the non-chance force of natural selection. Go here if sincere.

    http://www.talkorigins.org

  • Footprints in the Sand:

    Is this a drinking question?

    I really think this shoudl be a drinking question.

    If it isn’t already can we make it into one??

  • Gun:

    Abiogenesis

  • Melissa:

    “Someone once said that if you sat a million monkeys at a million typewriters for a million years, one of them would eventually type out all of Hamlet by chance. But when we find the text of Hamlet, we don’t wonder whether it came from chance and monkeys. Why then does the atheist use that incredibly improbable explanation for the universe? Clearly, because it is his only chance of remaining an atheist. At this point we need a psychological explanation of the atheist rather than a logical explanation for the universe.”

  • glen r:

    Nope, we came from microbes, or bacteria which formed with humidity in moist places, it was a scientific reaction that started life, if there was a god, why hasn’t he intervened on anything, nothing at all for all of human existence, the bible was a book written by some idiot about a carpenter running round performing so called “miracles” … yeah right!!! Wake up and smell the bullshit !!!!

  • lys:

    okay, so you said “Does anyone really believe that all that is living today just developed over several thousand years of evolution?”
    and i say “Does anybody really believe that some spirit dude came down from the “heavens” and poofed us all here?”
    that cell was developed over some amount of time too. i just find it very very very very impossible to believe that somebody created us all in 7 days. so who made god? he didnt just poof here unless there is a long line of gods that poofed each other and our god poofed us by accident insted of another god. oh yeah, that sounds real. i think that you guys sound like a bunch of tards that just made up some story because they didnt pay attention in science class.

  • Amanda M:

    I’m not saying that I do or don’t believe in god, I am one of those people that is just honest about not knowing and realize there could be many possibilities. One thing I have realized though is that the things that are written in the bible seem a little far fetched. But the teachings are just basically everything you need to know to live in society and get along. Someone had to create the bible, but I’m not sure it was the same person that created earth and all it has to offer. I do believe in evolution, just for the fact that it makes sense to me. You also can kind of see what they are talking about. I don’t want to know if the bible and god are real or not. It gives people something to believe in and keeps people on the right course in life. That is enough for me to say that it is a good thing. If we didn’t believe in something the world would be crazy.

  • felpa_de_osa:

    I have a feeling if we didn’t ask questions like this there would be no “god”. This is like staying in a past we have no proof that even existed at least this how I see it anyway. I for one don’t tend to worry about something like that we are here and just make the best of things. Which bible is more accurate? Better yet which parts?

  • Sophie:

    I am dumbfounded. You hit the nail right on the head. A cell couldn’t just spark into being. Anyone who knows anything about science knows that life is not spontaneously created.

  • Exodus 20:1-17:

    Believe it or not, the historical account of the Bible is very accurate. The Bible has been translated several times, but, as carefully and meticulously as possible.

    GOD bless

  • Charlize101:

    I BELIEVE IN GOD. And it’s clearly said in the Holy Bible that God created us and all other lviing things- period. The Holy Bible is God’s written word. As for the theory of Evolution, it’s just a theory and it’s entirely untrue. It may make sense to a lot of people (just because it helps explain on how things came about) but still there are missing links to it- only proves that one cannot outwit the supreme authority and power of our living God who created all things beautiful and wonderful.

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