Sometimes I have thinky thoughts that really probably are better left alone. Questions arise in my mind that probably really have no answer, at least not yet, and maybe never. I know I’m not alone in this.
My thinky, thoughtful question of the day: Why is that the creationist has no trouble believing that there is a God, that that God spoke and everything was created, and that that God did all the things attributed to Him in the Bible, but that stuff just couldn’t simply be here, like DNA? DNA couldn’t just be. According to creationists something or someone had to have made DNA.
The things that are here, tadpoles, fish, grass, trees, dogs, lizards, people couldn’t have possibly evolved. Yet they have no trouble believing that God was just here. Nothing or noone created Him. He just was. How come stuff that’s here couldn’t be just like that? Why does there have to be a creator for there to be things?
This is not my way of putting a spin on the “who created God” thing. I just don’t understand why it’s so far-fetched to subscribe to evolution, but a no brainer to think there’s a God the just said, “Let there be _____.”, and there was.
::sarcasm:: I’m very scientific ::sarcasm::. That is all.