Science in Adam and Eve?

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  1. parkurman123

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    Science in Adam and Eve:
    In the story of Adam and Eve, God created Adam from the surface of the ground, every element that exists in the ground is also found in humans. Out of the 206 bones in the human body, a rib is only one that can grow back again if surgically removed correctly. Doctors and scientists do not know why rib is the only bone that can grow back. What's inside of a rib. Bone marrow can be infused back into your body and it can help regrow damaged organs, there are 5 common donor spots: the cranium or the skull, the sternum, vertebrae in the back, the pelvis and you guessed it the rib. What bone marrow transplantation can actually do: now if you look up bone marrow transplantation and stem cell transplantation you will find there's not a whole lot of difference the only difference is you're getting stem cells, now whether you get them from the bones or from blood, that's the two differences, but stem cells can actually regrow organs. They've actually shown that you can actually regrow tiny livers, they call liver buds, there are people who are working on being able to eventually regrow a brain. Now story says that God created
    Eve only by one bone that contains stem cells that in reality can regrow organs. This is not so strange considering that it is possible to create a human clone with a small sample.
     
  2. Brokenman123

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    God has a really funny way of doing things... It's really interesting that humans are His highest creation yet we're created from the dirty dust of the earth with a body that's vulnerable to disease and damage.
     
  3. wethebest

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    If we're gonna personify "God", then it's safe to say that the creation of the human body is an absolute miracle rather than a setback. Again that's if you personify God, which I definitely don't. But just for the sake of this convo lets do
     
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  4. Brokenman123

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    Think what you want, you're entitled to your own opinion. We should just agree to disagree. You see miracle, I see limitations and imperfections.
     
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  5. MLMVSS

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    Nothing is impossible with God. His actions don’t need to be described with science.
     
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    There are many things I disagree with Islam, and it does need a reformation movement (figures such as Imam of Peace and Maajid Nawaz being good examples) but I’m sure you’ll be having a miserable life if there were truly 1.8 billion terrorists in the world.
     
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  7. Castielle

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    Huh, interesting. It's almost as if the stuff in the Bible actually happened. ;)

    You should check out this video of scientific facts that were written in the Bible long before we discovered them. It's interesting stuff.

     
  8. "facts" such as these?
    https://skepticsannotatedbible.com/science/long.html
     
  9. Brokenman123

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    Science "facts" in the Bible that are kinda misleading and not always true:
     
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    Besides a literal Genesis is kinda impossible anyway because there would need to be at least 2,000 humans not related to Adam or Eve and also after the supposed flood that happened, the Bible states that the entire population of humans on Earth today came from 8 people through inbreeding... I don't even have to tell you how impossible that is.
     
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  11. Brokenman123

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    All of this can be scientifically corroborated BTW, I'm not just making this up but it probably makes no sense that I say this since Christians are probably gonna ignore it anyway.
     
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  12. Castielle

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  13. Christian fundamentalists are never interested in facts. Your video is laughable btw
     
  14. Castielle

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    It's always good to keep an open mind and seek truth to the best of your ability. I wish you all the best.
     
  15. Ok I dont want to come across as rude first of all. It definitely came across as hostile I bet. Anyways, it just ticks me off when religious people try to (mis)use science in an attempt to support rediculous things such as creationism or the great flood or whatever. If you are religious and go by science, just go with the good old "evolution was gods plan" routine, whereas if you still believe that earth is 7000 years old, then just say that you go by your faith and your book. Dont get science involved.
     
  16. Castielle

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    As I said, I have zero interest in a debate with you. Have a good night.
     
  17. wethebest

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    The truth is emotionally-invested topics such as this one (mainly religion & politics), isn't worth debating over. Most people are "set in their ways" when it comes to this stuff. And impressions on one another can be negatively impacted from a differing opinion in some cases bc these are peoples' livelihood we're talking about afterall.

    My view is pretty straightfoward: I believe "life" as we know it is not so simple, it's a very complex subject that I personally (although idk) would say nobody has a complete picture on what's going to happen when we "pass on." That being said, I say what's gonna happen is going to happen & there's no changing that, I just gotta go w it. I have personal views on religion I don't intend on discussing rn, but overall I would say religions aren't bad. They provide standards, order, & (most importantly) hope. Faith is something beautiful that perhaps I can discover someday.
     
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    bible also forbids us eatting certain meats, swine being one of them, i always knew this as a kid but as i grew older i learnt swine has similar dna then us, that blows my mind,
     
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    I learned on the internet that the Earth is flat. Who knew?
     
  20. Brokenman123

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    I find it really unfortunate that persons on both sides of this debate don't have more of an open mind. I used to be a fundamental Christian for years until I recently became an agnostic and that was only due to having an open mind. It's just really sad that more Christians don't have an open mind on these issues. If I'm presented with unequivocal evidence that the Genesis account is true, then I would believe it but so far there isn't much and truth be told, science seems to provide evidence against it but I'll still keep an open mind. Regarding science facts in the Bible, the video I posted provided good arguments against them but again I'm open to having my mind changed but I bet most Christians are gonna gloss over the video and not even give it a look and they probably won't look into the evidence against creationism either and I'm not saying that all agnostics and atheists are perfect and open minded but from what I've seen they're a lot more open to being shown that they're wrong and having their mind changed than most Christians I've seen.
     
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