ClawsonUniversal creator demands universal rulesWed Aug 15, 2012 10:20pm220.127.116.11For a religion to be believable, it should apply to all
planets in all galaxies in all times. What this statement
implies is that there must be no allowance for differences
in environmental factors that either make life impossible
or force it into wildly different forms.
Right off the bat we see that all dogmas that we now
observe on planet earth have no meaning in this paradigm.
"What is the point?" you ask. The point is that all of
the discussions and arguments on this and other boards
ALWAYS focus on dogmatic rules for human behavior,
ignoring all other intelligent life forms. Moreover,
the unseen, unproven creator is assumed to be the dominant
factor, but cannot be located anywhere in space or time.
In a sense, then, the mythical creator is "swept under the
rug". Anybody with any common sense would understand that
"He" would not like that.
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