Originally posted by eagles54
Prompted by a poster by that described another's soul as "worthless," I ask you, the impartial and wise assembled here, can a soul in fact be worthless?
Or, is it possible that a soul may have immutable attributes that make it divine, unalterable by corruption of any sort?
Not meaning any disrespect but how do you personally know you
have a soul? Could it not just be a need of mankind's wish
fulfilment to invent the idea of soulness?
If you took it to extreme, it would mean the universe would get
pretty cluttered up with excess souls.
Plus, how would new souls get made? Would they come from
older spirits who left this plane and now are re-assigned to a
Suppose for a moment the universe already is filled with
intelligent life, would not those societies or civilizations have a right
to say they have souls also? If so, it would seem even more of
a cluttering an already crowded soul place.
Think about the concept of trillions of civilizations in our universe
alone, all containing maybe billions of people all with souls?
If souls were recycled, why wouldn't there occasionally come a soul
from a body who died in Alpha Centauri be inserted into an eathly
human embryo? Would we notice?