Name
Institutional Affiliation
 
 
Religion
 
Response 1
From a personal perspective, theism is a scientific and reasonable philosophical position. The belief system that the world as it is limitedly comprehended by individuals relies upon a given reality. The creation hypothesis demonstrates that there is some puzzling reality that tends to individuals and how people can, thusly, address (Lewis 1). Further, God has uncovered to people of His capacity and glory through lords and prophets among pioneers that incorporate Moses in the consuming hedge. The New Testament likewise demonstrates the intensity of God through the supporters and witnesses that performed supernatural occurrences that incorporate Paul. The world is loaded with things that are in movement and change after some time. A portion of these progressions is a result of the spirit, which is under the control of God. The amazing quality of God additionally makes His motivation and job to be extraordinary in the public eye, which makes the position sensible and logical.
Response 2
I detest that science does not have anything to do with religion. From my point of view, religion is related to philosophy which is a social science. My philosophical conviction that God made the world can’t induce my companion’s philosophical conviction that the world just became. I can teach him about the Bible and offer other data with him, however, I can’t cause him to have faith in God. In the event that I needed to cause him to trust that God created the world, I would need to demonstrate his things, for example, a perception, theory, analyses, and ends. Be that as it may, in science class we found out about the Big Bang Theory and how everything became. This is the reason I can’t solidly trust that God made the world if science has its very own clarification. Robert Barron likewise says that Researchers need to trust that the world isn’t God and the world is comprehensible (Barron, 2013).
Response 3
From my perspective, creation tales can be viewed as a religious myth and believe the inspiration is from the scripture. The creation stories are a piece of the legends, which were told affected by God. These fantasies delineated the conviction that the network individuals had about God (Heidel, 1963). The Bible gives various records of how fantasies were told and affected the Israelites. Adam and Eve ought to be the authentic figures since they are the onsets of mankind. In this way, the sacred texts would be false when these are not authentic figures. The sacred writings start with the sign that to start with, God made Adam and Eve. Consequently, the nonappearance of these two would infer everything that produces from creation speculations isn’t valid. My Personal supposition is that fundamentalism should proceed since it adds to the edification of the general population in the public eye. Further, it helps in giving Christianity the genuine significance of the first principle of scriptures.
Response 4
I agree it is conceivable to decipher the creation stories as Religious Myths and still comprehend it is the motivated expression of God on the grounds that the possibility of legends still tell effectively messages. An extraordinary case of a power fantasy is the narrative of Adam and Eve. The Message for this story interfaces within life individuals will be looked with enticement, and it’s fundamental to pick directly from off-base. The simple choice is to settle on the ethically right decision. Yet, in the event that individuals are enticed like Adam and Eve, they may pick the wrong choice and need to confront the results later. It is fundamental dependably to remain consistent with the correct ethics and still get some distance from fiendishness. Next, the story interfaces with humankind in light of the fact that ordinary society is looked with enticement. Others impact individuals and settle on choices dependent on what others do.
 
 
References
Barron, R. (2013). Science & religion VS scientism by Fr. Robert Barron. YouTube. Retrieved from www.Youtube.com/watch?v=KF8mgwglKGE.
Heidel, A. (1963). The Epic of Gilgamesh and Old Testament parallels. University of Chicago Press.
Lewis, H. (2019). Theism. Retrieved from https://www.britannica.com/topic/theism