Did the big-bang really happen or maybe it didn 't! My opinion is that the big-bang never happened. What do you think? My research shows that 40% of the world know and believe the science,40% of people don 't know the science and 20% have heard the science but believe otherwise. I 'm in that 20% range because that 's the truth.
Aquinas Thomas Aquinas was a well-recognized philosopher and theologian whose main interest was to teach and share with everyone the importance of religion and the existence of God. As he was a theologian, Aquinas main focus was church. His work was popular during the Scholasticism era, which was the peak of the medieval church. Aquinas principal working tool was the way he explained his arguments based on reasoning of his own. With the help of reasoning, Aquinas could conclude God’s role in this world and in the lives of everyone.
Argument from Design The argument from design builds its foundation on the following premise. There is evidence of design, or purpose, in the natural world. Therefore, a creator created the natural world. Despite its nature that has lead this type of logic to be a default in several cultures, this argument is unsuccessful in proving a creator—which is its goal.
One major theme of Aquinas’s writing was hierarchy of order. The first is natural order and can be accessed to humans through physical senses and reason. However, beyond this order of basic reality is the order of nature. Beyond nature, there is another order of reality that is supernatural or the transcendent order. This order is not accessible to humans through our own powers.
Hume’s Discourse Concerning Natural Religion: Argument by Design as Proof of God? The enlightenment-age philosopher David Hume wrote Dialogues Concerning Natural Religion, which investigates the natural religious arguments of reasoning and experience on God’s existence. One argument brought up by three of Hume’s characters, Demea, Cleanthes, and Philo; is over the validity of the argument from design. Arguably, Hume is closest in his philosophical beliefs to the character Philo, a religious sceptic and arguer against design.
Is Heaven For Real? People say they have died and came back hours later. Are their stories about being in heavenly places true? Society says this did happen and it is indeed a miracle.
I Thesis The Teleological Argument presented by William Paley is not a good nor a sound argument due to Paley’s use of the word ‘generally’ in premise three as well as his failure to establish a God, in all aspects of the word, existence. I now will explain each premise of the Teleological Argument and all of its premise’s in Section II, then in Section III explain why I believe this argument fails and is unsound. II
According to the Big Bang Theory, the universe began by expanding from an infinitesimal volume with extremely high density and temperature, defined as a singularity by Stephen Hawking. The fabric of space itself began expanding. The Big Bang is not like an explosion of matter in otherwise empty space; rather, space itself began with the big bang and carried matter with it as it expanded. All things, time, the three dimensions, matter, and energy were created at that point. Many claim that “99.9% of Scientists” agree with or “believe” this theory.
Powerful countries like China, India, and Japan didn’t take an interest in exploring because they didn’t have a real need for it. They had all the resources for it, but since they already had a social order and the needs for the society, exploration wasn’t necessary or something that they had to worry about. For example, when China was under the Ming Dynasty they got involved in some exploring, but it never got to the point of colonization like the Europeans did. China later got rid of the ships and materials they had built for exploring since they didn't find a real outcome in it and since thought they were more powerful than the rest of the other countries they thought they didn't need exploration to learn anything of the world or from anyone
Although I would not consider myself to be particularly religious, I do believe that religion does serve a significant purpose. My family is Christian and I have grown up going to church and participating in religious events and celebrations. Anthropologists believe that religions serves three functions to humans, and I can see how it has functioned in my own life. To start with, I agree that religion helps people to answer life 's big questions. It is very common to ponder why humans are on earth, or what death is like, and religion gives many people a satisfying response.