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Thank You
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Thank you to everyone on this sight who made me stretch my firmly- held beliefs and consider something new. Thank you for your support and the time you gave to help someone else learn to think…Read More

Started this discussion. Last reply by Jeff H Dec 6, 2009.

The Beginning
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I pulled up the text to the entire Chapter for the Bergson excerpt. Below is a quote from the beginning of chapter 2 thatI liked:"The evolution movement would be a simple one, and we should soon have…Read More

Started this discussion. Last reply by Phi 214 Lynn Honegger Nov 4, 2009.

Was there a time you began to question?
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I started to question what or who God was when I was in 7th or 8th grade. My grandmother had died. I went out for a walk and was crying. Mom found me coming back to the house and told me to stop…Read More

Started this discussion. Last reply by doug Oct 18, 2009.

 

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Jeff H replied to Phi 214 Lynn Honegger's discussion Thank You
"A pleasure... You don't have to stop hanging out just cause the class is done :-)"
Dec 6, 2009
db replied to Phi 214 Lynn Honegger's discussion Thank You
"You are very welcome and don't forget about the thinking inside too!!! (Inner Space) db"
Dec 6, 2009
James S Saint replied to Phi 214 Lynn Honegger's discussion Thank You
"Maybe we should change the name of this site to "Spiritual Upgrade version 2.0" ]:o)"
Dec 6, 2009
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Thank You

Thank you to everyone on this sight who made me stretch my firmly- held beliefs and consider something new. Thank you for your support and the time you gave to help someone else learn to think outside of herself.
Dec 6, 2009
Phi 214 Lynn Honegger commented on Chandra Fudge's blog post Religion and Human Origins Final Thoughts.....
"It is hard to let go of long-held beliefs whether it is about a small single item or a large group. To have taken that away with you in any way is an accomplishment. Chandra, I have learned from you, as well. Thank you for being willing to talk with…"
Dec 6, 2009
Phi 214 Lynn Honegger commented on Laili Dalloul's blog post Blog post #3 Phy 214
"The subject threw me, as well. I expected a debate on Darwin, myself. Despite the initial response, it was interesting. Difficult as the subject is center of such a heated debate. However, this was a safe place to have the conversation as you said."
Dec 4, 2009
Phi 214 Lynn Honegger commented on Phi 214 Lynn Honegger's blog post Creation, Evolution, or Intelligent Design
"Jim, I spent quite a while coming to the Intelligent Design conclusion and in my own mind fought the concept for quite a while. It was a geology class that made me change my ideas on the subject. The fossil record made my arguments moot. I may be…"
Dec 4, 2009
PH214 Lori T. commented on Phi 214 Lynn Honegger's blog post Creation, Evolution, or Intelligent Design
"Lynn, What makes you believe the science aspect? They have come back so many times saying they were wrong with their first "theory" on many things. For example, dinosaurs. They used to claim they knew their movements and their eating…"
Dec 2, 2009
Jim G commented on Phi 214 Lynn Honegger's blog post Creation, Evolution, or Intelligent Design
"I did not attend Catholic school doone, well not after half way through 3rd grade anyways. I had religious study after school, I am not sure for how many days of the week and for how many years, but they did not talk about science in the after…"
Dec 2, 2009
Jeff H commented on Phi 214 Lynn Honegger's blog post Creation, Evolution, or Intelligent Design
"A stupid "Facebook Quiz" said I was exactly even between right and left, and their description seemed to bear that out. If you check the "Catholic Encyclopedia" online (a good resource for understanding the Roman Church, they…"
Dec 2, 2009
James S Saint commented on Phi 214 Lynn Honegger's blog post Creation, Evolution, or Intelligent Design
""how is intelligence separate from the design? I don't get that part exactly how that works. " In any momentum, don't expect the Mass to understand the Energy, but merely to follow it as well as able."
Dec 2, 2009
Phi 214 Lynn Honegger posted a blog post

Human Origin Final Thought

God created the world according to His design on His time table. If you accept His absolute power and absolute knowledge, then you may be able to at least consider the concept.God does know his children. That does not mean, given free will, that our choices are pre-destined or controlled. God did not chart which women would choose abortion; however, He does work with our choices. We lose sight of the fact that our lives are but a glimmer in time and our pain, while seeming eternal in this…See More
Dec 2, 2009
Phi 214 Lynn Honegger commented on Phi 214 Lynn Honegger's blog post Creation, Evolution, or Intelligent Design
"God is separate from creation. God created. Just as I would create a sculpture. My intelligence gave me the creativity and knowledge to design my sculpture. Jim, Was it hard for you to reconcile the two? It was for me after years of training to the…"
Dec 2, 2009
Jim G commented on Phi 214 Lynn Honegger's blog post Creation, Evolution, or Intelligent Design
"I agree Lynn, intelligent design and evolution are the same thing."
Nov 30, 2009
david thurman commented on Phi 214 Lynn Honegger's blog post Creation, Evolution, or Intelligent Design
"how is intelligence separate from the design? I don't get that part exactly how that works."
Nov 30, 2009
Jeff H commented on Phi 214 Lynn Honegger's blog post Creation, Evolution, or Intelligent Design
"Yes..."
Nov 28, 2009

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Human Origin Final Thought

God created the world according to His design on His time table. If you accept His absolute power and absolute knowledge, then you may be able to at least consider the concept.



God does know his children. That does not mean, given free will, that our choices are pre-destined or controlled. God did not chart which women would choose abortion; however, He does work with our choices. We lose sight of the fact that our lives are but a glimmer in time and our pain, while seeming eternal… Read More

Posted on December 2, 2009 at 9:38am

Creation, Evolution, or Intelligent Design

I know it has been discussed in other places here, but It was going to come up eventually....



I know what the Bible says and have learned well the lessons growing up in a Christian faith that backs only the creation theory. I have also sat in science classes that make an equally strong argument for the fossil record proving the first life in the era that includes humans. It was difficult to reconcile given the doctrine that had taken firm hold in my mind.



However, I did… Read More

Posted on November 28, 2009 at 11:23am — 9 Comments

Life's Origin

The debates about when human life actually begins often leave me speechless. This debate caused such passion on both sides of the debate, even in my youth I understood it was important. That it was used to determine deadlines for abortion is sad.

Human life begins at the moment of conception. At that time, biological processes begin and whether the sould has entered the body or is just waiting patiently for further growth, it has found its home.

Posted on November 23, 2009 at 12:21pm — 10 Comments

Human Origin Phi 214

People are often blessed by not knowing what the future holds. If there were a child who would be chronically ill and have a difficult life, should that pregnancy be ended? If the choice is not to abort, the parent needs to carry the burden of months finding a diagnosis and wondering if the child they love will die. The child also has to fight that battle. After a diagnosis is found, you are told there is no cure. Did the parent make a mistake keeping the child? The child is in pain her entire… Read More

Posted on November 19, 2009 at 11:06am — 7 Comments

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