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janesix
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9/8/2016 8:55:05 AM
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Why did God create such a violent world where life feeds on life?

At first I thought maybe it couldn't be any other way, until I found that some animals are photosynthetic:

http://umich.uloop.com...

Why didn't God create all plants and animals to be photosynthetic? It would be a much more peaceful world.
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9/8/2016 9:33:38 AM
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At 9/8/2016 8:55:05 AM, janesix wrote:
Why did God create such a violent world where life feeds on life?

At first I thought maybe it couldn't be any other way, until I found that some animals are photosynthetic:

http://umich.uloop.com...

Why didn't God create all plants and animals to be photosynthetic? It would be a much more peaceful world.

Maybe god gets its kicks out of human suffering.
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9/8/2016 10:18:29 AM
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At 9/8/2016 8:55:05 AM, janesix wrote:
Why did God create such a violent world where life feeds on life?

At first I thought maybe it couldn't be any other way, until I found that some animals are photosynthetic:

http://umich.uloop.com...

Why didn't God create all plants and animals to be photosynthetic? It would be a much more peaceful world.

There is violence even in the plant world. Have you heard of strangler figs and strangler vines?
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9/8/2016 10:22:58 AM
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At 9/8/2016 8:55:05 AM, janesix wrote:
Why did God create such a violent world where life feeds on life?

At first I thought maybe it couldn't be any other way, until I found that some animals are photosynthetic:

http://umich.uloop.com...

Why didn't God create all plants and animals to be photosynthetic? It would be a much more peaceful world.

Quite right, which just goes to show that, without even reading the evidence, how could anyone possibly draw the ridiculous conclusion that a creator was responsible for all this shemozzle.
Even the complexity of life building bit by bit over billions of years can be understood by most 7 year olds yet some grown adults still grapple with the concept.
If indeed there was a creator responsible for life our planet would look completely different.

Why would a God take 28 billion years of mucking around with globules of protein, water and trace minerals only to find that His life-forms have to eat each other to survive with many being either born with, or developing, hideous deformities.

A creator had much better materials to choose from to make functioning beings in which to place "intelligence".

He could have used titanium, carbon fibre and kevlar to make most of the body.

Eyes could have been contracted out to Nikon to manufacture and would be far superior, with 360 degrees high resolution scanning.

He would get Bose to take care of the audio, making omni-directional ears and full range microphone voices.

Intel of course would supply the processors which would be far superior and have much more memory capacity than the pieces of jelly we presently have for brains. It would also mean that God could download minds easily and be able to stream commands in real time through iCloud.

Then, one day He happens to make a living creature called Steve Jobs.
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9/8/2016 10:30:32 AM
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At 9/8/2016 10:22:58 AM, Willows wrote:
At 9/8/2016 8:55:05 AM, janesix wrote:
Why did God create such a violent world where life feeds on life?

At first I thought maybe it couldn't be any other way, until I found that some animals are photosynthetic:

http://umich.uloop.com...

Why didn't God create all plants and animals to be photosynthetic? It would be a much more peaceful world.

Quite right, which just goes to show that, without even reading the evidence, how could anyone possibly draw the ridiculous conclusion that a creator was responsible for all this shemozzle.
Even the complexity of life building bit by bit over billions of years can be understood by most 7 year olds yet some grown adults still grapple with the concept.
If indeed there was a creator responsible for life our planet would look completely different.

Why would a God take 28 billion years of mucking around with globules of protein, water and trace minerals only to find that His life-forms have to eat each other to survive with many being either born with, or developing, hideous deformities.

A creator had much better materials to choose from to make functioning beings in which to place "intelligence".

He could have used titanium, carbon fibre and kevlar to make most of the body.

Eyes could have been contracted out to Nikon to manufacture and would be far superior, with 360 degrees high resolution scanning.

He would get Bose to take care of the audio, making omni-directional ears and full range microphone voices.

Intel of course would supply the processors which would be far superior and have much more memory capacity than the pieces of jelly we presently have for brains. It would also mean that God could download minds easily and be able to stream commands in real time through iCloud.

Then, one day He happens to make a living creature called Steve Jobs.

Steve Jobs is living? Praise the lord, its a miracle.
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9/8/2016 10:47:26 AM
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At 9/8/2016 10:30:32 AM, desmac wrote:
At 9/8/2016 10:22:58 AM, Willows wrote:
At 9/8/2016 8:55:05 AM, janesix wrote:
Why did God create such a violent world where life feeds on life?

At first I thought maybe it couldn't be any other way, until I found that some animals are photosynthetic:

http://umich.uloop.com...

Why didn't God create all plants and animals to be photosynthetic? It would be a much more peaceful world.

Quite right, which just goes to show that, without even reading the evidence, how could anyone possibly draw the ridiculous conclusion that a creator was responsible for all this shemozzle.
Even the complexity of life building bit by bit over billions of years can be understood by most 7 year olds yet some grown adults still grapple with the concept.
If indeed there was a creator responsible for life our planet would look completely different.

Why would a God take 28 billion years of mucking around with globules of protein, water and trace minerals only to find that His life-forms have to eat each other to survive with many being either born with, or developing, hideous deformities.

A creator had much better materials to choose from to make functioning beings in which to place "intelligence".

He could have used titanium, carbon fibre and kevlar to make most of the body.

Eyes could have been contracted out to Nikon to manufacture and would be far superior, with 360 degrees high resolution scanning.

He would get Bose to take care of the audio, making omni-directional ears and full range microphone voices.

Intel of course would supply the processors which would be far superior and have much more memory capacity than the pieces of jelly we presently have for brains. It would also mean that God could download minds easily and be able to stream commands in real time through iCloud.

Then, one day He happens to make a living creature called Steve Jobs.

Steve Jobs is living? Praise the lord, its a miracle.

He has just reincarnated.
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9/8/2016 1:39:18 PM
Posted: 2 months ago
At 9/8/2016 8:55:05 AM, janesix wrote:
Why did God create such a violent world where life feeds on life?
He didn't, the present state of the world was caused by the fall.
At first I thought maybe it couldn't be any other way, until I found that some animals are photosynthetic:

http://umich.uloop.com...

Why didn't God create all plants and animals to be photosynthetic? It would be a much more peaceful world.
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9/8/2016 1:43:06 PM
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At 9/8/2016 8:55:05 AM, janesix wrote:
Why did God create such a violent world where life feeds on life?

At first I thought maybe it couldn't be any other way, until I found that some animals are photosynthetic:

http://umich.uloop.com...

Why didn't God create all plants and animals to be photosynthetic? It would be a much more peaceful world.

God also intended for you to recognize it, to be concerned about it, and to make such judgements, or else god wouldn't have created you with the capacity to do so. What do you think of this thought?
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9/8/2016 2:21:01 PM
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At 9/8/2016 1:43:06 PM, Chaosism wrote:
At 9/8/2016 8:55:05 AM, janesix wrote:
Why did God create such a violent world where life feeds on life?

At first I thought maybe it couldn't be any other way, until I found that some animals are photosynthetic:

http://umich.uloop.com...

Why didn't God create all plants and animals to be photosynthetic? It would be a much more peaceful world.

God also intended for you to recognize it, to be concerned about it, and to make such judgements, or else god wouldn't have created you with the capacity to do so. What do you think of this thought?

It seems everything is a test if this God bloke is at the helm .
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9/8/2016 2:27:10 PM
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At 9/8/2016 1:43:06 PM, Chaosism wrote:
At 9/8/2016 8:55:05 AM, janesix wrote:
Why did God create such a violent world where life feeds on life?

At first I thought maybe it couldn't be any other way, until I found that some animals are photosynthetic:

http://umich.uloop.com...

Why didn't God create all plants and animals to be photosynthetic? It would be a much more peaceful world.

God also intended for you to recognize it, to be concerned about it, and to make such judgements, or else god wouldn't have created you with the capacity to do so. What do you think of this thought?

That seems to be a trivial end for such an enormous amount of terrible suffering.

I don't buy it.

What we see is what one would expect to see if there is no tri-omni god around.
The metaphysicist has no laboratory.
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9/8/2016 2:27:29 PM
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At 9/8/2016 2:21:01 PM, Deb-8-A-Bull wrote:
At 9/8/2016 1:43:06 PM, Chaosism wrote:
At 9/8/2016 8:55:05 AM, janesix wrote:
Why did God create such a violent world where life feeds on life?

At first I thought maybe it couldn't be any other way, until I found that some animals are photosynthetic:

http://umich.uloop.com...

Why didn't God create all plants and animals to be photosynthetic? It would be a much more peaceful world.

God also intended for you to recognize it, to be concerned about it, and to make such judgements, or else god wouldn't have created you with the capacity to do so. What do you think of this thought?

It seems everything is a test if this God bloke is at the helm .
And as an omniscient dog he already knows the results of the tests, so he's just a douche for conducting the tests in the first place.
Religion is just mind control. George Carlin
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9/8/2016 2:27:33 PM
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At 9/8/2016 2:21:01 PM, Deb-8-A-Bull wrote:
At 9/8/2016 1:43:06 PM, Chaosism wrote:
At 9/8/2016 8:55:05 AM, janesix wrote:
Why did God create such a violent world where life feeds on life?

At first I thought maybe it couldn't be any other way, until I found that some animals are photosynthetic:

http://umich.uloop.com...

Why didn't God create all plants and animals to be photosynthetic? It would be a much more peaceful world.

God also intended for you to recognize it, to be concerned about it, and to make such judgements, or else god wouldn't have created you with the capacity to do so. What do you think of this thought?

It seems everything is a test if this God bloke is at the helm .

Yeah, but calling things a "test" is just an Ad Hoc tactic, because that's only asserted when no other explanation is available (other than to vilify God, of course). Further, those who claim God to be all-knowing don't seem to realize that the word "test" is utterly meaningless in the context of God, because it implies an unknown outcome.
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9/8/2016 2:33:43 PM
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At 9/8/2016 1:43:06 PM, Chaosism wrote:
At 9/8/2016 8:55:05 AM, janesix wrote:
Why did God create such a violent world where life feeds on life?

At first I thought maybe it couldn't be any other way, until I found that some animals are photosynthetic:

http://umich.uloop.com...

Why didn't God create all plants and animals to be photosynthetic? It would be a much more peaceful world.

God also intended for you to recognize it, to be concerned about it, and to make such judgements, or else god wouldn't have created you with the capacity to do so. What do you think of this thought?

I think that's a good point. Also, is the world truly imperfect? Or is it just our subjective assessment that it's imperfect?
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9/8/2016 2:36:11 PM
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At 9/8/2016 2:27:10 PM, Looncall wrote:
At 9/8/2016 1:43:06 PM, Chaosism wrote:
At 9/8/2016 8:55:05 AM, janesix wrote:
Why did God create such a violent world where life feeds on life?

At first I thought maybe it couldn't be any other way, until I found that some animals are photosynthetic:

http://umich.uloop.com...

Why didn't God create all plants and animals to be photosynthetic? It would be a much more peaceful world.

God also intended for you to recognize it, to be concerned about it, and to make such judgements, or else god wouldn't have created you with the capacity to do so. What do you think of this thought?

That seems to be a trivial end for such an enormous amount of terrible suffering.

Sure, but Jane didn't specify any particular notion of god, so God could be a sadistic entity who created everything for the purpose of watching things suffer.

Also, how do you determine what constitutes "suffering"? I think this entails that which causes pain, anguish, or any form of experience that we find disunpleasurable to the human experience. This includes the suffering inflicted by witnessing another being suffer, via empathy. Would you agree or disagree with this?

I don't buy it.

That's OK. I'm not selling it, anyway. ;)

What we see is what one would expect to see if there is no tri-omni god around.

These attributes were not assumed in this thread. Otherwise, I totally agree.
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9/8/2016 4:11:50 PM
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A creator had much better materials to choose from to make functioning beings in which to place "intelligence".

He could have used titanium, carbon fibre and kevlar to make most of the body.

Eyes could have been contracted out to Nikon to manufacture and would be far superior, with 360 degrees high resolution scanning.

He would get Bose to take care of the audio, making omni-directional ears and full range microphone voices.

Intel of course would supply the processors which would be far superior and have much more memory capacity than the pieces of jelly we presently have for brains. It would also mean that God could download minds easily and be able to stream commands in real time through iCloud.

Your idea of a 'better' human is nothing more than a roobot incapable to smell, touch, think, dream etc etc.

Add to that, human eyes are too good for any camera system devised by man. Deal with it!
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9/8/2016 4:14:54 PM
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It would also mean that God could download minds easily and be able to stream commands in real time through iCloud.

That's a reductive version of hindu belief.
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9/8/2016 4:23:34 PM
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At 9/8/2016 4:11:50 PM, UUU wrote:
A creator had much better materials to choose from to make functioning beings in which to place "intelligence".

He could have used titanium, carbon fibre and kevlar to make most of the body.

Eyes could have been contracted out to Nikon to manufacture and would be far superior, with 360 degrees high resolution scanning.

He would get Bose to take care of the audio, making omni-directional ears and full range microphone voices.

Intel of course would supply the processors which would be far superior and have much more memory capacity than the pieces of jelly we presently have for brains. It would also mean that God could download minds easily and be able to stream commands in real time through iCloud.

Your idea of a 'better' human is nothing more than a roobot incapable to smell, touch, think, dream etc etc.

How could you draw such a conclusion if a Creator made a being or perhaps you are not thinking outside of what you know about robots.

Add to that, human eyes are too good for any camera system devised by man. Deal with it!
Human eyes are vastly inferior to many lenses designed by man in terms of performance, resolution, reliability and longevity.

You may want to check your facts before shooting from the hip.
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9/8/2016 4:33:39 PM
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At 9/8/2016 8:55:05 AM, janesix wrote:
Why did God create such a violent world where life feeds on life?

At first I thought maybe it couldn't be any other way, until I found that some animals are photosynthetic:

http://umich.uloop.com...

Why didn't God create all plants and animals to be photosynthetic? It would be a much more peaceful world.

it is a self sustaining planet we live on, predators hunt, it keeps things in balance...

if nothing died it would get awfully full...
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9/8/2016 4:43:37 PM
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At 9/8/2016 4:33:39 PM, graceofgod wrote:
At 9/8/2016 8:55:05 AM, janesix wrote:
Why did God create such a violent world where life feeds on life?

At first I thought maybe it couldn't be any other way, until I found that some animals are photosynthetic:

http://umich.uloop.com...

Why didn't God create all plants and animals to be photosynthetic? It would be a much more peaceful world.

it is a self sustaining planet we live on, predators hunt, it keeps things in balance...

So, people should be able to kill other people, because that it keeps things in balance?

if nothing died it would get awfully full...

The OP is talking about killing, not dying.
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9/8/2016 5:01:47 PM
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At 9/8/2016 4:43:37 PM, DanneJeRusse wrote:
At 9/8/2016 4:33:39 PM, graceofgod wrote:
At 9/8/2016 8:55:05 AM, janesix wrote:
Why did God create such a violent world where life feeds on life?

At first I thought maybe it couldn't be any other way, until I found that some animals are photosynthetic:

http://umich.uloop.com...

Why didn't God create all plants and animals to be photosynthetic? It would be a much more peaceful world.

it is a self sustaining planet we live on, predators hunt, it keeps things in balance...

So, people should be able to kill other people, because that it keeps things in balance?

if nothing died it would get awfully full...

The OP is talking about killing, not dying.

i'm not saying people should kill but they do....

dying often occurs from being killed you know!!
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9/8/2016 5:03:06 PM
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At 9/8/2016 4:23:34 PM, Willows wrote:
At 9/8/2016 4:11:50 PM, UUU wrote:
A creator had much better materials to choose from to make functioning beings in which to place "intelligence".

He could have used titanium, carbon fibre and kevlar to make most of the body.

Eyes could have been contracted out to Nikon to manufacture and would be far superior, with 360 degrees high resolution scanning.

He would get Bose to take care of the audio, making omni-directional ears and full range microphone voices.

Intel of course would supply the processors which would be far superior and have much more memory capacity than the pieces of jelly we presently have for brains. It would also mean that God could download minds easily and be able to stream commands in real time through iCloud.

Your idea of a 'better' human is nothing more than a roobot incapable to smell, touch, think, dream etc etc.

How could you draw such a conclusion if a Creator made a being or perhaps you are not thinking outside of what you know about robots.

Add to that, human eyes are too good for any camera system devised by man. Deal with it!
Human eyes are vastly inferior to many lenses designed by man in terms of performance, resolution, reliability and longevity.
You obviously don't know much about human eyes, you should check your facts from those who research the science of sight.
You may want to check your facts before shooting from the hip.
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9/8/2016 5:20:26 PM
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At 9/8/2016 2:36:11 PM, Chaosism wrote:
At 9/8/2016 2:27:10 PM, Looncall wrote:
At 9/8/2016 1:43:06 PM, Chaosism wrote:
At 9/8/2016 8:55:05 AM, janesix wrote:
Why did God create such a violent world where life feeds on life?

At first I thought maybe it couldn't be any other way, until I found that some animals are photosynthetic:

http://umich.uloop.com...

Why didn't God create all plants and animals to be photosynthetic? It would be a much more peaceful world.

God also intended for you to recognize it, to be concerned about it, and to make such judgements, or else god wouldn't have created you with the capacity to do so. What do you think of this thought?

That seems to be a trivial end for such an enormous amount of terrible suffering.

Sure, but Jane didn't specify any particular notion of god, so God could be a sadistic entity who created everything for the purpose of watching things suffer.

Also, how do you determine what constitutes "suffering"? I think this entails that which causes pain, anguish, or any form of experience that we find disunpleasurable to the human experience. This includes the suffering inflicted by witnessing another being suffer, via empathy. Would you agree or disagree with this?

I don't buy it.

That's OK. I'm not selling it, anyway. ;)

What we see is what one would expect to see if there is no tri-omni god around.

These attributes were not assumed in this thread. Otherwise, I totally agree.

We agree very well.

If one includes the (to me unbearable to contemplate) suffering in the non-human natural world, the only god that can be conceivable is a malevolent one, as you say.

The blog "Secular Outpost" has an interesting post on this just now.

It boggles my mind that people believe in the Abrahamic god.
The metaphysicist has no laboratory.
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9/8/2016 5:24:06 PM
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At 9/8/2016 4:33:39 PM, graceofgod wrote:
At 9/8/2016 8:55:05 AM, janesix wrote:
Why did God create such a violent world where life feeds on life?

At first I thought maybe it couldn't be any other way, until I found that some animals are photosynthetic:

http://umich.uloop.com...

Why didn't God create all plants and animals to be photosynthetic? It would be a much more peaceful world.

it is a self sustaining planet we live on, predators hunt, it keeps things in balance...

if nothing died it would get awfully full...

So why do you disbelieve in death?
Religion is just mind control. George Carlin
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9/8/2016 6:20:35 PM
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At 9/8/2016 5:01:47 PM, graceofgod wrote:
At 9/8/2016 4:43:37 PM, DanneJeRusse wrote:
At 9/8/2016 4:33:39 PM, graceofgod wrote:
At 9/8/2016 8:55:05 AM, janesix wrote:
Why did God create such a violent world where life feeds on life?

At first I thought maybe it couldn't be any other way, until I found that some animals are photosynthetic:

http://umich.uloop.com...

Why didn't God create all plants and animals to be photosynthetic? It would be a much more peaceful world.

it is a self sustaining planet we live on, predators hunt, it keeps things in balance...

So, people should be able to kill other people, because that it keeps things in balance?

if nothing died it would get awfully full...

The OP is talking about killing, not dying.

i'm not saying people should kill but they do....

Why not? You just claimed " it is a self sustaining planet we live on, predators hunt, it keeps things in balance..." Therefore, by your logic, people should kill each other.

dying often occurs from being killed you know!!

Often, by being killed by other people?
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a stranger in a bar and proceeding to have relations with no valid proof of the intent of the person. Muhammad wins. ~ Fatihah
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9/8/2016 8:41:12 PM
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At 9/8/2016 8:55:05 AM, janesix wrote:
Why did God create such a violent world where life feeds on life?

It would be good to notice that in the beginning things were different according to the Bible. All was good, until it got corrupted.

But do you think it is bad to eat for example fruits? Why?
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9/8/2016 8:47:31 PM
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At 9/8/2016 8:41:12 PM, 12_13 wrote:
At 9/8/2016 8:55:05 AM, janesix wrote:
Why did God create such a violent world where life feeds on life?

It would be good to notice that in the beginning things were different according to the Bible. All was good, until it got corrupted.

Why would God punish all of the natural world as a result of humans' corruption.

But do you think it is bad to eat for example fruits? Why?

No I don't think it's bad to eat fruit. It doesn't hurt the plant. It even helps a plant spread it's seeds.
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9/8/2016 9:12:23 PM
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At 9/8/2016 8:55:05 AM, janesix wrote:
Why did God create such a violent world where life feeds on life?

At first I thought maybe it couldn't be any other way, until I found that some animals are photosynthetic:

http://umich.uloop.com...

Why didn't God create all plants and animals to be photosynthetic? It would be a much more peaceful world.

Peace does not define light. Only darkness defines light. Without darkness their is no connection established between you and God, only robotic temperments that are nonestablished by conflict and chalkenged. How do you know someone loves you? They sacrificed for you and you for them at some point in your life. You...are...welcome...
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9/8/2016 9:14:03 PM
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A photosynthetic world would take and establish no sacrifice for others. It would only establish who could be spoiled and just how much that spoiling could incrue.
"What Donald Trump is doing is representing the absolute heartbreak, and anger, and frustration at a government gone mad."

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9/9/2016 4:59:51 AM
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At 9/8/2016 10:30:32 AM, desmac wrote:
At 9/8/2016 10:22:58 AM, Willows wrote:
At 9/8/2016 8:55:05 AM, janesix wrote:
Why did God create such a violent world where life feeds on life?

At first I thought maybe it couldn't be any other way, until I found that some animals are photosynthetic:

http://umich.uloop.com...

Why didn't God create all plants and animals to be photosynthetic? It would be a much more peaceful world.

Quite right, which just goes to show that, without even reading the evidence, how could anyone possibly draw the ridiculous conclusion that a creator was responsible for all this shemozzle.
Even the complexity of life building bit by bit over billions of years can be understood by most 7 year olds yet some grown adults still grapple with the concept.
If indeed there was a creator responsible for life our planet would look completely different.

Why would a God take 28 billion years of mucking around with globules of protein, water and trace minerals only to find that His life-forms have to eat each other to survive with many being either born with, or developing, hideous deformities.

A creator had much better materials to choose from to make functioning beings in which to place "intelligence".

He could have used titanium, carbon fibre and kevlar to make most of the body.

Eyes could have been contracted out to Nikon to manufacture and would be far superior, with 360 degrees high resolution scanning.

He would get Bose to take care of the audio, making omni-directional ears and full range microphone voices.

Intel of course would supply the processors which would be far superior and have much more memory capacity than the pieces of jelly we presently have for brains. It would also mean that God could download minds easily and be able to stream commands in real time through iCloud.

Then, one day He happens to make a living creature called Steve Jobs.

Steve Jobs is living? Praise the lord, its a miracle.

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9/9/2016 6:21:10 AM
Posted: 2 months ago
At 9/8/2016 5:03:06 PM, rnjs wrote:
At 9/8/2016 4:23:34 PM, Willows wrote:
At 9/8/2016 4:11:50 PM, UUU wrote:
A creator had much better materials to choose from to make functioning beings in which to place "intelligence".

He could have used titanium, carbon fibre and kevlar to make most of the body.

Eyes could have been contracted out to Nikon to manufacture and would be far superior, with 360 degrees high resolution scanning.

He would get Bose to take care of the audio, making omni-directional ears and full range microphone voices.

Intel of course would supply the processors which would be far superior and have much more memory capacity than the pieces of jelly we presently have for brains. It would also mean that God could download minds easily and be able to stream commands in real time through iCloud.

Your idea of a 'better' human is nothing more than a roobot incapable to smell, touch, think, dream etc etc.

How could you draw such a conclusion if a Creator made a being or perhaps you are not thinking outside of what you know about robots.

Add to that, human eyes are too good for any camera system devised by man. Deal with it!
Human eyes are vastly inferior to many lenses designed by man in terms of performance, resolution, reliability and longevity.
You obviously don't know much about human eyes, you should check your facts from those who research the science of sight.
You may want to check your facts before shooting from the hip.

I did.