One thought on “Comparing the two stories

  • February 21, 2015 at 6:07 pm

    I feel that it is inaccurate to say that because Biblical tradition has men sinning incessantly concluding that people are inherently bad. I think Biblical tradition has men as inherently flawed. Both Judaism and Christianity focus on the redemptive power of God to create good from a flawed nature. Power of the spiritual over the flawed physical.

    Where that would seem to leave you in point 6 as saying man is weak in nature, I think it’s indicative of a strength of power over man’s spirituality contrasting the strength of man in the Big Bang perspective on power over man’s physical or natural world.

    It seems to me that from the Big Bang perspective, man is weak spiritually/psychologically as who they become is entirely dependent on their physical circumstance.

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