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PHI110SRA - Kelly Guinan PHI 110 SRA Assingment#1 A...

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Kelly Guinan PHI 110 February 11, 2008 SRA Assingment #1 A timeless argument that arises more than once in a person’s life is the questioning of the prescence of a higher being. Is there a God or gods, or are humans the highest being in the universe? Did we evolve over time from dust and molecules as the Big Bang theory suggests, or are we the creation of an omnisceint being? These of course are not the only two arguments, but they are to an extent the two that are usually chosen to be defended. It certainly takes more than a class of college students and a professor to come up with an answer, but ideas and possiblities flew around the room. “Are we all there is?” If that is true, this life is it. As in, our time on earth is all we have. Some take comfort in the idea of something else controlling their lives; the thought of total freedom is utterly terrifying. The idea of fate and predestined lives may sound acceptable to some, while feel like a trap to others.
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