Darwin’s intention was never to directly challenge religion, but many took it that way. People had opinions of things like “Why does Darwin feel the need to question God?” and “Is the theory of intelligent design not good enough for him?” To some religious types, the understanding that Darwin had beliefs that conflicted with their own was an attack on Christianity. Charles Darwin was an explorer. He explored the ways of evolution and discovered natural selection. Even though Charles was a genius, he faced many problems while making his theory.
On the other hand, the theory of creationism comes from a religious viewpoint believing that a God or higher being created the entire universe. In other words, evolution has a more scientific stance in the creation of the universe while creationism has a more religious stance in the creation of the universe. They have long been controversial topics fighting over which one is correct. But I believe evolution and creationism should no longer be controversial subjects where there
Human evolution is a process that shows how humans today originated from primates. This process was most definitely not short, but rather lengthy and took millions of years to get to where we are at now. Human evolution is a very controversial topic when dealing with both religious and scientific minded people. According to Masci, “More broadly, most Americans (59%) say that science and religion are both in conflict” (Masci). When reading this statistics you believe that the Catholic Church is against the process of human evolution, but in all actuality they accept it.
In a religion it is impossible to give objective truth of whether God exists or not, people may say that they experienced vision or miracles from God but they don’t directly prove God’s existence. With science, many famous theories that we presume are true can never actually be proven correct. There is however a lot of evidence behind these theories, such as the famous Evolution Theory proposed by Biologist Charles Darwin. Yet despite the evidence behind this theory it cannot be proven true, hence why there is still doubt concerning the theory and why 33% of Americans reject the idea of Evolution, instead stating that “humans and other living things have existed in their present form since the beginning of time.” However
Most people across the globe tend to believe in super intelligent and a technologically advanced race. In most cases, this idea gives people hope about their future, which is always away from the messed up world. Other people always think that with time, a different race will eventually evolve and someday find human beings more interesting thus making first contact. Maybe there is more than just the human life or the human race remains the first and the most technologically advanced race. Human modesty and their ill feelings towards humanity never let us believe in this theory.
Therefore before that there was nothing here so both theories in some way rely on faith of the believer. The evolutionists may do their research and conduct studies but they have never seen this big explosion. There are no eye witness accounts and this has never happened again. So they must rely completely on faith that their research is correct and accurate. The same can be said about God, no one can say that they saw him create the earth.
Earth is only four billion years old, so that means there have been many planets in between that have had a chance for life (Kurzgesagt). The odds are definitely stacked towards aliens timewise. “Our Earth didn't form until about nine billion years after the big bang. Countless other planets should've formed earlier and given life a chance to get underway, billions or certainly many millions of years earlier than happened on Earth. If just a few of them had spawned intelligent life and started creating technology, that technology would’ve had millions of years to grow in complexity or power” (Anderson).
Two of the strongest and most popular beliefs are Evolutionism and Creationism. Many great scientist fall under either category and there are many arguments for either side but neither has all the answers. While both have a basis on how we are here only one belief has a reason why. I believe in creationism because although it might not have answers to everything it gives purpose to life, but just because I need a good grade here are some more scientific answers. I’m going to start with the bees.
This evolution occurred over thousands of years. The theory is based on a belief that species become modified and diverges to produce multiple descendant species. Although the differences in these two theories are clear, they are both simply stories that humans rely on to explain the creation or reasoning for the earth’s existence as well as its inhabitants. Neither theory can be either proven or disproved without error. Just as no one can prove that God created the universe, no one can show scientific proof that every living species today is a descendant of a prior species, linking every
Throughout reading this story, I’ve come up with the theme of technology might not be as great as everyone think it is. After understanding the story a bit more, I learned that the theme is a myth along with reality; what you glimpse isn’t always the truth. In the story, the Place of the Gods is referred to as a forbidden place, an area that has metal that can kill anyone besides a priest. Generally, all of the village people believed that the forbidden place is a dangerous area, but John has demonstrated that were not the truth. Instead, it was just a destroyed