How Jedi believe the world was made?
They don't know who made what and when, but they do know and believe that the force holds all of what exsits together
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Earth, Air, Fire and Water.
Yes; the Jews recognize the book of Genesis, just like the Christians do.
No. They believed he turned into the sun for the day and gave the Egyptians light.
They thought That They were the only ones that ruled Earth.And they thought that they were all the only humans of the earth.
When Luke Skywalker decided that he needed something to carry his lunch in as he traveled on that moon of Endor
Some Fundamentalists do believe in the literal creation account found in the first chapters of Genesis. Many others see Genesis as falling in the genre of 'theological poetry…', they would say that the key to interpreting it is not so much asking: . did it actually happened that way? But rather, to ask: . what is it telling us? Therefore, many Christians see the point of the creation narrative not as definitive evidence of a seven day creation, but rather speaking to theological truths about creation. For example, they might walk away with lessons such as: . the world, humanity, sex, and work are inherently designed to be good in their original state. . That gender equality is part of the original creation before the fall. . That stewardship of the earth was the primary task given to humanity. . That humanity has inherent dignity and worth, to be respected and valued, as created in the image of God. In this light, the creation account has little to do with competing against science. Instead it is the foundation of a socially just moral ethic.
There is no set atheist belief for how the world was created.Atheism is just a lack of belief in any deity. Thus an atheist willnot believe that a deity was involved in the fo…rmation of theearth. Atheists would in all likelihood all subscribe to one of themany scientific theories about the origins of the universe and theresulting origin of the earth. That means, they (we) would take anaturalistic view on its origins: The Big Bang Theory, "M" Theory,and so forth. Atheism is not a religion.There is no unifying belief, only aunifying lack of belief. So atheists do not all actually 'believein' anything. Atheists do not share beliefs or morals nor is therea code of belief for atheism. Therefore, while some atheists maybelieve Earth was formed from the sun as science dictates, and somecan believe aliens made Earth, 'atheists' in general have nogeneral "beliefs'. Atheists generally rely on science to explain the natural world.They do not create myths to explain things that cannot be explainedyet.
yes, we do. Th big bang theory is simply a little fairy tale that has blinded the world form the truth. God has always been, is, and always will be. I think it so amazing that… He actually breathed the stars and planets from his mouth. This makes it that much easier to understand how big God really is.
I'm Wiccan, and I believe that the world was made the way that science says it was, but it really depends on who you ask, as Wicca doesn't have a defined set of beliefs.
Just for a few numbers 21,000 Canadians, 390,127 English/welsh people and 53,000 in New Zealand claim Jediism (the religion of Jedi) as their religion.
Jews believe that God made the Earth.
Christians believe that the world was made by god. aparantly it took 6 days to do it an that's how we get the week. the 7th day is a day to rest which is good if you just made… the world
Yes, Catholics believe that God created the world. A Catholic may believe a strict interpretation of Genesis where God created the world in six days or a Catholic may believe …that God created the world through the 'Big Bang.' The central belief is always that, no matter the process used, God was responsible.
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Different Christians believe different things about how the world was made, & its a mistake to think that all Scientists believe in`The Big Bang Theory` & Evolution (which is …all to often taught as a FACT in schools when it is just a THEORY! indeed even Darwin himself came to realize that he had got it wrong with Evolution, a fact not widely known. Now natural selection is another matter entirely & we can see it in our own lifetime.) In fact I think it takes a much bigger leap of faith to believe in Evolution, & mankind evolving by mere chance, than to believe in Divine creator. Now some Christians believe that Evolution was God`s mechanism of creation of life on the earth. However this is NOT what the bible teaches, Genesis lays down the order in which God created the world & all life on the planet,& indeed its a very logical order, something the writer could not possibly have known at the time it was written. Now we come to how long it actually took, the bible says six days, but we have no way of knowing if they were 24 hour days, as we now call a day & night, or if God`s days were longer, & I don`t believe it really matters. What matters is that God is the Creator of the Earth & all life on it, & this belief in a creator God is not limited to the Christian faith, it spans different faiths both past & present the world over. Also as I`ve previously mentioned their are Scientists that believe that God is the creator of the Earth & all life on it.
Religious issues are complicated. In practical terms, most people who believe that Allah made the world are simply taking their parents' word for it. Muslim parents raise Musl…im children. Some people read the Qur'an and find it to be a work of awesome magnificence whose truth is self evident, at least to them. Various lines of reasoning can also be used. Some people will ask you, if Allah didn't make the world, then who did? Do you have a better candidate?
There is no reason to expect all agnostics to have the same answerto that. Obviously the world came to exist some way. If you believeyou can explain exactly how and why, then …your answer works foryou. Your answer might not satisfy everyone.