The True Purpose of Abiogenesis & so on Evolution

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Re: The True Purpose of Abiogenesis & so on Evolution

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Hello Garudaman

Your quote -
you think, which appeared first, the law of gravity, or mass that have gravity?

Whichever came first, it all followed the natural laws after the Big Bang.

Do you accept that the start of the universe was the Big Bang?

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Re: The True Purpose of Abiogenesis & so on Evolution

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sum wrote:Whichever came first, it all followed the natural laws after the Big Bang.
& because/from what object, that natural laws appear/come?
sum wrote:Do you accept that the start of the universe was the Big Bang?
yeah, but Big Bang happen due to cause!

;)

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Re: The True Purpose of Abiogenesis & so on Evolution

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Hello Garudaman

Your quote -
yeah, but Big Bang happen due to cause!

Yes, everything happens due to a cause.

Natural laws follow the Big Bang. They are all part and parcel of result of the Big Bang. Some things we just have to accept because at present science does not have all the answers but progress is being made on all fronts.

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Re: The True Purpose of Abiogenesis & so on Evolution

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manfred wrote:intelligence is one of the most recent traits that have evolved.
yeah, but that's complex design, thus requiring step in order to achieve it, right? I mean, one can't evolved into complex/intelligent creature before evolved into simple/resilient creature, right?

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Re: The True Purpose of Abiogenesis & so on Evolution

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Hello Gardaman

Your quote -
yeah, but that's complex design, thus requiring step in order to achieve it, right? I mean, one can't evolved into complex/intelligent creature before evolved into simple/resilient creature, right?

Yes, you are correct and the evolutionary process has provided exactly what you suggest.

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Re: The True Purpose of Abiogenesis & so on Evolution

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This thread's understandably gone quiet but I've just disovered it as the Birmingham Trojan Horse reports (which I haven't yet found to read) have come out. Much seems to have been maide about conservative Islam and British values but what about Manfred's question?
manfred wrote:Now < am just curious, imagine you, as a Muslim become a school teacher teaching science. How would you tackle these topics?
How have the teachers in these schools been dealing with the topics? Some of the stirrers are said to be linked to the Association of Muslim Schools, which is itself linked to the Christian Schools Association which preaches against evolution. Does anyone familiar with Muslim schooling know how abiogenesis and evolution are generally dealt with - if at all?
‘Hindus and Muslims belong to two different religious philosophies, social customs and literary traditions. They neither intermarry nor eat together, and indeed they belong to two different civilisations which are based mainly on conflicting ideas and conceptions.’ Muhammad Ali Jinnah

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