Uccisore wrote:The caterpillar has the better life, though.
Some time ago I suggested humanity is a "work in progress" using the life stages of a butterfly as nature pointing us in that direction.
Amorphos wrote:Some time ago I suggested humanity is a "work in progress" using the life stages of a butterfly as nature pointing us in that direction.
Perhaps it simply takes what the world is, such to ‘make’ things. Something akin to the universe being a machine that makes stuff, then once made it is job done and we ultimately arrive at the destination. My only problem with that notion put up against Christian theology, is that I cannot see how you can have this the world which is always incomplete, and the machine that builds things, and equally state that that same world will become immortal mans world in the resurrection. It seams you would have to change every facet of this world to make habitable by divine souls, or for it to be anything at all like heaven.
It would be far easier to just have a place where stuff gets made [earth], and another place where all made stuffs go [Elysium/heaven].
Perhaps the "world making things" is a strategy for teaching humanity about the universe
Surreptitious's astute comment in another OP ... "a desire to solve existing problems" ... perhaps points to the answer.
How many stories and human experiences completely outside the resurrection story have emerged in the past 2,000 years in support of the notion of "after life"?
Amorphos wrote:Perhaps the "world making things" is a strategy for teaching humanity about the universe
To what end?
Amorphos wrote:I agree there is a stubborn addiction to this world, yet we don’t know anything but it for sure.
Amorphos wrote:As in ‘a desire to solve the problem of existing’? or in terms of existing,
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