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  1. It’s interesting. I suppose you know that the big bang was (and still is) a Christian idea? The non-Christian idea, and for a while the naturalistic idea, was that there was no beginning. Most creation myths create the world out of some previous world, an idea of an infinite cycle of creation and destruction. Or so the Tale is Told.

    (Hope that doesn’t come across as proselytizing. I love myths, and I love the book of Genesis. The creation account in Christianity is unique in its idea of creation out of nothing.)

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    • Hey no it’s all good! I get it. I personally believe that it is beyond our mental and physiological capacity to actual know anything like that. In order to access that knowledge we must transcend the 5th dimensional plane. I tried working that stuff out mathematically last year and I also lost my brain all together.
      I love myth and stories as they help us make sense of the world, and thus the need for narrative. Language was born out of a desire to connect and to communicate with others. It’s just like the atomic reactions that occur within the sun. The colliding and explosions and fusing together at a subatomic level. It’s like a miracle to observe, and natural to wonder, and human to try to make sense of it all.

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