Originally posted by @rbhill Life came from nonlife?
One reason I understand atheist don't believe in God is because he is the God of the living not of the dead.
If that is the case why did this god come to the aid of people 3000 years ago, like hardening the heart of the Pharaoh, whatever that meant, but in modern times literally 100 MILLION people, a lot of them from the Abrahamics, and I suppose atheists and agnostics and downright evil men but ALL killed and a lot of them in the name of this god, but not a peep from this god in spite of the absolute fact they all died, a COUNTRY full of people. So god had to WANT them dead, nasty asss humans.
Originally posted by @sonhouse So we are not talking about physical life, then what ARE we talking about here?
As this is the Spiritual Forum, he can believe in anything. It's his religion. The flood, whims of gods, talking snakes, flat earth, walking on water, anything. It's his religion.
It's when he think he knows about science he makes an ignorant out of himself.
Originally posted by @kazetnagorra We know that Earth formed almost 5 billion years ago. Some time after, the first evidence of simple lifeforms emerged. That "life came from no-life" appears to be the most plausible explanation.