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User avatar #125 - PadreRasta (08/22/2013) [-]
I was born and raised in a christian family, but never really liked the idea of "God thought about stuff, and they popped there". I also can't understand how "In the beginning, there was nothing, and suddenly, two particles chocked and the universe was formed".
So I decided to create a new theory: God created the evolution. He made all the basic matter, and left it to evolve as they wanted.
I don't have really deep knowledge of science or religion, so there might have some mistakes. Ignore it and change them with the right information.
What do you think, FJ? Anyone wants to add something to it?
TL,DR: I don't like things popping out of nowhere, so I made God create the Evolution.
#225 to #125 - anon (08/22/2013) [-]
That is called "Theistic Evolution", and it is the belief of most mainline Protestants, and has been for many many years.
User avatar #286 to #225 - PadreRasta (08/22/2013) [-]
Yeah, it was a mistake saying "I created a new theory". I meant to say that I just started to believe in this theory, but I expressed myself poorly.
User avatar #181 to #125 - ivoryhammer (08/22/2013) [-]
I think they call that "scientific Christian" or something like that.
User avatar #150 to #125 - TheMather ONLINE (08/22/2013) [-]
In the beginning, there was nothing. But it was so unstable that it split, becoming matter(+) and space(-). In total, there's still nothing, but effectively we've got a bunch of both matter and space. Some matter was converted into energy and the big bang happened,
User avatar #285 to #150 - PadreRasta (08/22/2013) [-]
Explain to me how Nothing was stable, and then it split.
User avatar #290 to #285 - TheMather ONLINE (08/22/2013) [-]
The nothing we're speaking of isn't just vacuum, it's an empty state that doesn't span in any direction, like the physical representation of a 0.
This state was volatile, like a radioactive particle, and respectively it rend itself it twain. The 0 rend itself into vast amounts of 1's and -1's. The 1's representing energy and the -1's space.
Now as per E=mc², mass and energy are interchangeable, so by n 1's coming together, n/c² grams of mass are created, forming particles.
User avatar #136 to #125 - figosound (08/22/2013) [-]
Then why pray to a God whom, from the start of time, has no will to interact with the universe he created?
User avatar #141 to #136 - PadreRasta (08/22/2013) [-]
I like to believe he does interact, by moving stuff around, and watching how we react.
He's not an attention whore who wants everyone know He's there. He's the guy who makes things happen to us, but doesn't tell you what he did, and just watch us think that we did it unconsciously.
He's not an unfair guy, who helps people that believes in him, and punishes who doesn't. He's the guy who Gives everyone the same tools, and watch them live in their own ways, putting obstacles along the way, and letting us deal with them, and teaching us how to live well with the tools.
User avatar #191 to #141 - grapefruity (08/22/2013) [-]
But if that is the case, it is just the normal creationist theory, but with a misunderstanding of the big bang theory layered over it...


This video is a good start
#138 to #136 - ftsfts (08/22/2013) [-]
Well you rather have free enterprise or constant tinkering from God if this were true.
#143 to #138 - BloodyTurds (08/22/2013) [-]
Atheist here, but not necessarily, if god were all knowing, surely he would know exactly how the universe would develop from the start, and thus not need to tinker.., just set the starting variables
also padre your theory has been around quite a while in one form or another
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User avatar #127 to #125 - Crusader (08/22/2013) [-]
No, that's pretty close to Deism.
Deism being the idea that God created the basics and then left everything, sort of like in the Sims where you create and tinker and then let them eventually just kill themselves.

It's the clockwork god theory.
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