immortal Posted July 19, 2012 Share Posted July 19, 2012 With all of the diverse testimonies from the ancients to present about the various beliefs in a god into the modern era, it would seem neive to ignorea strong probablity, at the very least, that their is the existence of a supernatural realm of some kind and therefore a presence of some sort or sort of deistic beings humankind has learned to refer to as a god. To ignore such a unbiquious extent and duration of such beliefs, purporteded dialogs, experiences and the enormous force of its influence throughout cultures on every continent of the world that were once entirely once enitriely culturally isolated form one anothe, would be tandamount to burying ones head in the sand. Lets face it folks, the universal belief in a god has always been there. That discount to avoid the need for a basic investigation into the subject would be similar to denouncing that the sun has risen daily since at least the beginning of recorded astronomical observation. I agree, there are things in all the ancient religions of the world which cannot be dismissed so easily and it deserves an explanation and also a serious investigation something which both the scientific community and many of the scholars in the field really don't take it seriously. Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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