The Different Views of the Origin of Life that Exist in Religious and Scientific Communities Around the World

1229 Words5 Pages
The Different Views of the Origin of Life that Exist in Religious and Scientific Communities Around the World You are a journalist working for the Sunday Times newspaper. Your editor has asked you to write a piece entitled 'Where did it all begin?' The aim of the article is to discuss the different views of the origin of life that exist in religious and scientific communities around the world. As a part of your task, you must comment on why people have these different views, what scientific evidence exist Sunday Times – special article of the creation of the universe… By our amazing correspondent So, where did it all begin? By ‘all’, I mean of course the universe and life. Who created earth and mankind? How did earth and the universe come about? Was it a huge accident – or was it a coordinated creation? There are many views on this matter, many by different religious sects and scientific communities. I didn’t know where to start at first, but thought it wise to start off with a scientific review, assess its evidence, and then look at other creation beliefs of other religions. The school’s astrology club seemed a suitable place to begin my search for the most logical creation story. Of course, I was very reluctant to go to inside the dreaded lab, where the rejected schoolchildren dwell, but I was forced to and nothing could deter me from my determinedness. I asked some members of the astronomy club what they though about the creation of the universe and life. They all agreed that it was a theory called ‘the big bang’ that was most reasonable. This is the mos... ... middle of paper ... ... experience the jealousy, desire, and misery of a physical existence (this is the period in which we are living). In time, the world dissolves, returning all creatures to the soul-life and beginning the cycle once again. The immense diversity of creation stories, each as logical as the one before, has confused me further. I could not decide which one was the ‘correct’ creation story. One could only look at their faith and decide if they want to believe that creation story. And it is only natural that people would strive to justify their religion’s creation story, for they have grown with that religion. As yet, there is no total scientific proof to asses the validity of these creation beliefs. With nothing but bamboozlement gained from this report, I have decided that these matters should be left to time to prove.

More about The Different Views of the Origin of Life that Exist in Religious and Scientific Communities Around the World

Open Document