The term has its roots in Genesis 1:27: "God created man in his own image. . ." This passage does not mean that God is in human form, but rather, that humans are in the image of God in...
11 Answers · Society & Culture · 23/04/2010
There is no definitive PROOF that their prayers had anything to do with the results. People who claim that their prayers led to a particular outcome commit the logical fallacy called "post hoc ergo propter hoc."...
8 Answers · Society & Culture · 01/05/2013
Considering it was god's plan that Adam fail, I'd say it was God's fault in every conceivable way.
9 Answers · Society & Culture · 02/06/2019
I haven't heard them say that about leukaemia, but I've heard the hateful rubbish the christian religions spout about AIDS, apparently none of those multi-millionaire hypocrite televangelists has realised that the main people who...
14 Answers · Society & Culture · 22/02/2010
@ Octavio - Consider yourself corrected. The first stem cells discovered were the ones that make blood cells. Including the white ones. It's what bone marrow...
7 Answers · Society & Culture · 24/03/2012
I'm very sorry about your loss - I can't even begin to understand what losing a child must be like :( The answer you are looking for, however, depends greatly on your view on god. If you believe that god is in full control and is...
31 Answers · Society & Culture · 12/02/2011
this is where people tell you that god works in mysterious ways. I wouldn't say that because it would piss me off if i were in your place. I'm sorry about your son. I don't know what to tell you about god, but I hope your son...
27 Answers · Society & Culture · 15/06/2006
who are you to question God's plan?
19 Answers · Society & Culture · 19/01/2008
YES in a heart beat
10 Answers · Society & Culture · 30/06/2009
The sickness of the children is a great punishment to the parents. Yet sick children can also glorify God
12 Answers · Society & Culture · 07/01/2011