The theories of creationism and evolution are considered as possibly to minimized to explain the complex spiritual nature of man and of course the violent nature of mankind.
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Science and religion regrettably limit what people are willing to explore on their own but this new book Re-explores our Origins. It is the proverbial chicken and the egg paradox. Thomas questions, “If man evolved from ape, knowing what we know now about hybridization and DNA—man had to have interbred with ape. So man must have already been here, right?” The author asks, “Consider if you will that even our diversity can be comfortably explained by the understanding that we come from many different worlds and bring our diversity and culture with us?” She stresses, “We try to find unity and yet do we fail because our diversity is just misunderstood.”
Because I live a life of much isolation I often think I am alone,
however I know that in the vastness of minds, thoughts, science,
philosophy, psychology, politics, religion etc, I am certainly not alone,
nor am I the only one asking questions. I am not the only one trying to
understand a complexly violent world, its origins, man’s origins, the
history of thought and the future of our planet and humanity.
In my estimation, science takes us where man has not gone before. Our
endearment to philosophy holds us where we are by telling us how
we got here. Psychology attempts to understand, explain and justify
our shortcomings and dreams. Politics rules us and does not lead us
and religion clamps our minds into an antiquated device of hope in
something outside the self that will redeem us.