Hi! I'm francescakat.This is how we became who we are and why we are so different:

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  1. francescakat Registered Member

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    First you have to have an open mind. Ok, now we have come along way with science just in 100 years, right? What if someone here on Earth decided about 6000 years ago (for example) to take little tiny cells out of all kinds of different animals and planted them in us.
     
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  3. Aqueous Id flat Earth skeptic Valued Senior Member

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    Then we'd either all grow up to be fundamentalists, possibly convinced that all of creation is 6000 years old, or perhaps we'd be digging up evidence of some lost world (Atlantis?) in which people were somehow far advanced, yet oddly uninterested in teaching their cousins to read & write. Either case would certainly be a lot worse than the world we actually live in, which is of course the product of 9 billion years of development of the cosmos followed by three billion years of geophysical development followed by roughly a billion years of biological evolution.

    At least that's an explanation that comports with knowledge of the world we actually live in.

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    Anyhoo, welcome. :wave:
     
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  5. Stoniphi obscurely fossiliferous Valued Senior Member

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    Welcome to the Sciforums, pleased to meet you. :wave:
     
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  7. Lakon Valued Senior Member

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    Hi. Going with your narrative ..

    1) What was the 'someone' who was doing the planting ?
    2) What were we before stuff was planted into us ?
     
  8. MacGyver1968 Fixin' Shit that Ain't Broke Valued Senior Member

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    OP's that start with this generally don't turn out well.

    It's kinda like stories that start with "On my first day in prison, I noticed the large man with a bow in his hair giving me the eye"
     
  9. francescakat Registered Member

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    A mad scientist that wanted to be different
     
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  11. francescakat Registered Member

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    okay so in the Bible it talks about the bloodline from the beginning when Adam and Eve were created and all through the Bible it talks about the bloodline the pure blood line like maybe they knew something that we didn't know. Jesus Christ was born through a pure blood line. okay somebody explain that to me
     
  12. arauca Banned Banned

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    Can you take the 6000 is some related to Jewish calender . I would take more serious we don't know how it was done , but thanks God for his programming of creation and evolution after. and here we are .
     
  13. origin Heading towards oblivion Valued Senior Member

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    It is simple. In the begining of the gospel of Matthew there is a list of names from Joseph back through King David to Abraham. It was important for Luke to show evidence that Jesus was a direct descendent of David and Abraham as per prophesy. Of course Jesus and Joseph weren't related, but that is a detail I guess.:shrug:
     
  14. spidergoat Liddle' Dick Tater Valued Senior Member

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    The Bible is largely fiction.
     
  15. arauca Banned Banned

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    No Sir , there is a lot of history there is literature , and admonition on the direction that society is going .
     
  16. spidergoat Liddle' Dick Tater Valued Senior Member

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    I agree with the last part, it doesn't want society to go in any direction.
     
  17. Stoniphi obscurely fossiliferous Valued Senior Member

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    ..and I agree with you, Spidey. Much of what is there now was arbitrarily put there by Pope Constantine and his mother while they had all other books burned to usher in the Dark Ages....and the Christian church as we know it today.

    Citation: "Who Wrote the New Testament?, the Making of the Christian Myth" Burton L Mack, Harper Collins, NY, NY, 1995
     
  18. Captain Kremmen All aboard, me Hearties! Valued Senior Member

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    Hi!
    When in doubt, turn to wikipedia:

    In trinitarian Christian teaching, God became incarnate in Jesus Christ, sacrificing his first-born son to accomplish the reconciliation of God and humanity, which had separated itself from God through sin (see the concept of original sin). According to a view that has featured prominently in Western theology since early in the 2nd millennium, God's justice required an atonement for sin from humanity if human beings were to be restored to their place in creation and saved from damnation. However, God knew limited human beings could not make sufficient atonement, for humanity's offense to God was infinite, so God created a covenant with Abraham, which he fulfilled when he sent his only Son to become the sacrifice for the broken covenant. In Christian theology, this sacrifice replaced the insufficient animal sacrifice of the Old Covenant; Christ the "Lamb of God" replaced the lambs' sacrifice of the ancient Korban Todah (the Rite of Thanksgiving), chief of which is the Passover in the Mosaic law.
    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sacrifice

    Jesus needed to be a descendent of David to fulfil prophecy.

    The idea of taking genetic information from multiple sources doesn't make much sense.
    It would be like taking parts from 10,000 different cars and expecting them to fit together and make another car.
     
  19. francescakat Registered Member

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    Thank you that helped
     
  20. francescakat Registered Member

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    Thank you
     
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