Why can't we just rejoice in what evolution has given us, rather than inventing a god to take the credit?
Topic: Why can't we just rejoice in what evolution has given us, rather than inventing a god to take the credit?
April 19, 2019 / By Susannah Question:
The question of our origins was settled well over 100 years ago, as everyone well knows. We are the product of an unthinking, undirected natural process in an uncreated universe. That being the case, can we all not just rejoice in the good and useful qualities that evolution has led to, such as intelligence, empathy, compassion and love, rather than invoking a deity as the source of these things? Let us be grateful for what we like about our species, and strive to minimise the bad, and do these things for their own sake simply because they are good things to do, instead of with one eye on a reward in a non-existent afterlife. Let's make a better world without religious beliefs and all the division and conflict that such beliefs lead to. It really is long past time for our species to grow up.
Best Answers: Why can't we just rejoice in what evolution has given us, rather than inventing a god to take the credit?
Ralphina | 5 days ago
There was a study recently made about religious ppl compared to non religious ppl. It was said that religious ppl heal better than non religious ppl, becuase they had less anxiety. Why less anxiety because they have hope. Wether you belive in some type of diety that is your decision but you have to understand that feeling that there is not more out there is very depressing. We have to feel protected and that we have a purpose in life. We need to feel we are not alone that someone is listening to our prayers and ( or I should say someTHING) will help us get through our trials. You question is kind of like asking why do orphans want to feel like thay have parents , and the answer is quite similar.
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