Religion vs. Science: The Origin of Existence

A thought-provoking question with no “definite” answer.

Dedrick Conway

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Abstract

The idea of how the universe has come to exist has forever remained no more than an idea. There are too many elements, concepts, theories, and contradictions between religion and science. Pseudoscience is a better term to explain this phenomenon of the creation of existence. From my perspective, there is an intersection between Religion, science, and spirituality; however, there needs to be accredited evidence or a concise understanding of what was first. Was the Big Bang Theory first, or was God the creator of reality?

A question that frankly will remain a question. But I do believe in God, and there is a God. Moreover, my reasoning may seem flawed, but theoretically, and in essence, “scientifically,” it equates to the justification of my perspective, which I am not stating is “true.” However, it does solidify an answer to the question,“ The Origin Of Existence: Science or Religion.”

Keywords: Pseudoscience, Religion, God, Spirituality, Science

In the bible, Genesis 1:27 says, “So God created man in His own image; in the image of God He created him; male and female He created them.” Now, I will not interpret the biblical context of this quote; however, I will explain something I have examined extensively involving the current era of time, science, and math and demonstrate a biblical context through my reasoning.

The meaning of the quote above is that we are and have reflections of God’s attributes and his image. Unlike other species, we have a special connection to God, and therefore, creating the human body that we possess is similar to God’s exact form. If humans are the only creatures to have the image of God and have authority over the land, I will now express this quote from a human-like perspective.

Humanoid robots are technological “beings” that possess the qualities, attributes, and functions of a human, unlike most technological devices that are not designed or built similarly to people. In this context, phones, laptops, and smartwatches are all imperative to technology and our livelihood. A humanoid robot is unique to our being because it is derived from our image and can be used as a…

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Dedrick Conway

Dedrick C. is a serial entrepreneur, indie author, ghostwriter, and artist expressing his perspectives through evocative literary artistry. Top writer in Art!