- Why did everyone start to hate the Russians if the U.S. did the same thing in Afghanistan, Iraq?
- What needs to be corrected in the management of Russia first?
- Why did Blaise Pascal become a religious man at the end of his life?
- How do I know if a guy likes you?
- When they say "one generation", how many do they mean?
The Qur'anic answer, for example, will suit you? “I have not created the jinn and mankind except that they may worship Me” (51:56). Just in case, let me remind you that not only Christians or Jews believe in God and the first man Adam, but also Muslims, and Adam appears in the Koran, which is considered by Muslims to be the direct speech of God.
He was bored. Kapets, how boring. And sad. And there's no one to shake Nabi's hand. But then it was immediately fun: first the newly created man got mixed up with a demoness, then he robbed a tree in the garden together with another wife, then one of their sons hit the other on the head with a rock and killed him on the spot, the third son married his own sister and invented writing, probably to write all sorts of interesting things from marital experience on the rocks, and so on… Immediately, the existence of God was filled with events: almost every child managed to mess up both others and the co-creator personally.
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According to Islam, God created man so that justice reigned on Earth, because before them there were creatures who killed each other and treated each other unfairly. And so that people worship him, so that when they commit sins, they repent, ask for forgiveness and help from the Creator. After all, if people were sinless in this life, then God would replace them with beings who commit sins and repent. After all, if you look at it, people unknowingly commit a lot of sins on a day without knowing it.
Christianity explains the creation of the world and man as God's creation of an object of love. If God is Love, then He must have given it to someone…
Correct answer: Maestro, TUSH! The circus lights up and opens the tour.. It was not God who created Adam, but rather a group of young Jews who created a religion based on the means and trends of their time. “..I made it out of what was there.” All religions are a primitive way of explaining the world around us for our own immediate convenience, caused by the objective properties of the human mind(or lack thereof). Religion is an ancient tool for explaining the laws of the social environment. It is especially interesting to observe manipulations for the needs of the current time..Oh, and how did the Nicene and Ecumenical Councils rummage around?;) Amazing history of the Roman Catholic Church.
Your question is clearly answered in Genesis 2. �
“…and there was no man to till the ground, 6″but steam rose up from the ground and watered the whole face of the earth.”And the Lord God formed man of the dust of the ground, and breathed into his nostrils the breath of life, and man became a living soul.” – Verse 4.
“And the Lord God took the man (whom he had made) and put him in the garden of Eden to cultivate it and keep it.” – Verse 15.
God needed a gardener. He created Eve so that the gardener could have a helper like him, as described in the same chapter of Genesis, verse 18.�
I hope you don't have to “RE-ask” this question again.