Sun 19 Sep, 2010 08:19 am
Coming originally from a strictly scientific and ahteistic heritage, I used to belief in the big bang and the traditional model as to how the world/universe was made. But now as I approach thirty i find that my science is mellowing, and with a touching faith now under my radar, I would like to try and engage with others in this community as to the generation of the universe. Infact I now think that rather then time existing in a linear homeostatic process, things exist in a kind of a bubble, and as such has no proper beginning or end, but actually has more a revolving kind of door operendus modi so to speak. I also find it quite reassuring talking about time and the birth of the universe along these terms, and consequentially will be happy to discuss this topic with others, thanks. John.
As we get older we come to realize it was never science OR religion, but rather science AND religion. They aren't mutually exclusive.