I have been really busy at work this week remodeling a bathroom. Banged up my knuckles, cut my arm and wrist really bad, spent to much money at Home Depot and my knees are sore. I am thankful to be working, and even more thankful to get back on my blog. I've missed you derelicts and your responses to my thinking. Although JD and LX haven't missed a beat.
There are 2 or 3 verses in the Bible that allude to the fact that God has implanted his knowledge in us. That wont mean much to anyone who doesn't put any stock in the Bible, but it made me wonder, this is why so many people still believe in God.
If God beliefs are bad and cause harm, then why haven't we evolved away from religion? Look how far we've come from the days of dragging our knuckles on the ground while pulling our "bee-otches" around by their hair and woopin them with a club when they got out of line. Now we wear socks that match our sweaters and hold doors open for our ladies.
These poor people over in Haiti right now confirm this. There are some blaming God. Some are praising God. Some blaming the Devil, some praising the Devil. But whenever these tragedies occur, people seem to sense a 'Higher Being".
How come we can't evolve away from this type of thinking? Could God have actually implanted his knowledge inside of us? (Ecc. 3:11, Job 32:8 and Rom.1:19)