If Jesus is God, how is he called God's only begotten son?

cicerone imposter
Reply Thu 13 Jun, 2019 06:39 pm
...very first human being Adam.
That's not possible. Humans evolved from primates. That is what science and anthropologists prove today with evidence. The Bible has too many errors, omissions, and contradictions for it to be any "word of (any) god."
Jewels Vern
Reply Thu 13 Jun, 2019 09:27 pm
@cicerone imposter,
The bible says religion is made up by men telling each other what to do. The bible is the word of life, not the word of religion.
cicerone imposter
Reply Thu 13 Jun, 2019 10:44 pm
@Jewels Vern,
Religion is a practice by groups that "tries" to follow the teachings of its leader(s), and there are thousands of religions being followed by millions in this world today. Definition of religion:
the belief in and worship of a superhuman controlling power, especially a personal God or gods.
You wrote,
The bible is the word of life, not the word of religion.
You made a contradiction without realizing it. "Life" is what we subjectively experience while we are conscious and able to perceive our environment that includes country, culture, race, religion, our standard of living, our freedoms and restrictions, and our physical handicaps or mobility. What I know for sure is that if anyone has life, they will also experience death. That's the beginning and the end for all life forms. Many things on this planet outlive animal life; redwood trees for one.
General Sherman
Believed to be around 2,500 years old, General Sherman is the mightiest giant sequoia still standing. The volume of its trunk alone makes it the largest non-clonal tree by volume in the world, even though its largest branch broke off in 2006, smashing part of its enclosing fence and cratering the pavement of the surrounding walkway. Perhaps this was a sign that General Sherman could not be caged in? Sherman can be found in Sequoia National Park in California, where five of the 10 largest trees in the world exist.
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Reply Fri 14 Jun, 2019 10:20 am
@cicerone imposter,
That's not possible. Humans evolved from primates. That is what science and anthropologists prove today with evidence. The Bible has too many errors, omissions, and contradictions for it to be any "word of (any) god."

I have seen that you have been using this argument without any basic knowledge of science. Let me explain how modern science actually proves the theory of evolution can't be true.

I hope you know thermodynamics or at least second law of thermodynamics, which is accepted as one of the basic laws of physics, holds that under normal conditions all systems left on their own tend to become disordered, dispersed, and corrupted in direct relation to the amount of time that passes.  Everything, whether living or not, wears out, deteriorates, decays, disintegrates, and is destroyed.  This is the absolute end that all beings will face one way or another, and according to the law, the process cannot be avoided.
This is something that all of us have observed.  For example if you take a car to a desert and leave it there, you would hardly expect to find it in a better condition when you came back years later.  On the contrary, you would see that its tires had gone flat, its windows had been broken, its chassis had rusted, and its engine had stopped working.  The same inevitable process holds true for living things.
The second law of thermodynamics is the means by which this natural process is defined, with physical equations and calculations.

This famous law of physics is also known as the “law of entropy.” In physics, entropy is the measure of the disorder of a system.  A system’s entropy increases as it moves from an ordered, organized, and planned state towards a more disordered, dispersed, and unplanned one.  The more disorder there is in a system, the higher its entropy is.  The law of entropy holds that the entire universe is unavoidably proceeding towards a more disordered, unplanned, and disorganized state.

The truth of the second law of thermodynamics, or the law of entropy, has been experimentally and theoretically established.  All foremost scientists agree that the law of entropy will remain the principle paradigm for the foreseeable future. 

Albert Einstein, the greatest scientist of our age, described it as the “premier law of all of science.”  Sir Arthur Eddington also referred to it as the “supreme metaphysical law of the entire universe:”
Evolutionary theory ignores this fundamental law of physics. 

The mechanism offered by evolution totally contradicts the second law.  The theory of evolution says that disordered, dispersed, and lifeless atoms and molecules spontaneously came together over time, in a particular order, to form extremely complex molecules such as proteins, DNA, and RNA, whereupon millions of different living species with even more complex structures gradually emerged.  According to the theory of evolution, this supposed process—which yields a more planned, more ordered, more complex and more organized structure at each stage—was formed all by itself under natural conditions.  The law of entropy makes it clear that this so-called natural process utterly contradicts the laws of physics.

Evolutionist scientists are also aware of this fact.  J.  H.  Rush states:
In the complex course of its evolution, life exhibits a remarkable contrast to the tendency expressed in the Second Law of Thermodynamics.  Where the Second Law expresses an irreversible progression toward increased entropy and disorder, life evolves continually higher levels of order.

The evolutionist author Roger Lewin expresses the thermodynamic impasse of evolution in an article in Science:
One problem biologists have faced is the apparent contradiction by evolution of the second law of thermodynamics.  Systems should decay through time, giving less, not more, order.

Another defender of the theory of evolution, George Stravropoulos, states the thermodynamic impossibility of the spontaneous formation of life and the impossibility of explaining the existence of complex living mechanisms by natural laws in the well-known evolutionist journal American Scientist:

Yet, under ordinary conditions, no complex organic molecule can ever form spontaneously, but will rather disintegrate, in agreement with the second law.  Indeed, the more complex it is, the more unstable it will be, and the more assured, sooner or later, its disintegration.  Photosynthesis and all life processes, and even life itself, cannot yet be understood in terms of thermodynamics or any other exact science, despite the use of confused or deliberately confusing language.

As we have seen, the evolution claim is completely at odds with the laws of physics.  The second law of thermodynamics constitutes an insurmountable obstacle for the scenario of evolution, in terms of both science and logic.  Unable to offer any scientific and consistent explanation to overcome this obstacle, evolutionists can only do so in their imagination. 

For instance, the well-known evolutionist Jeremy Rifkin notes his belief that evolution overwhelms this law of physics with a “magical power”:
The Entropy Law says that evolution dissipates the overall available energy for life on this planet.  Our concept of evolution is the exact opposite.  We believe that evolution somehow magically creates greater overall value and order on earth.

These words well indicate that evolution is a dogmatic belief rather than a scientific thesis.
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