I always wonder about people who say ^such^ things.I hope nobody actually believes that the world will come to an end because of something done by man. God, and God only, has control over that.
I'm not referring to anything you've written in this post. If a heart transplant will help me live longer, I'm for it. If in vitro fertilization will help an infertile couple reproduce, I'm for it. And if I have the money to fly somewhere instead of riding greyhound, I'll do it. I'm only talking about the end of the world. The end of the world will come at a time and place of God's choosing, not man's. That's a little dose of truth for you.I always wonder about people who say ^such^ things.
I remember sitting in church with my parents and the pastor sermonizing that organ transplants subverted god's will.
As a young adult I read theological discussions about the evils of invitro fertilization.
I've read old articles about the hubris of people infringing upon god's creative intent because people built flying machines.
Religious myopia often seems to afflict those infected with the 'belief disease'
Reality will move on, then the superstitious will adjust their belief system to pretend their holy books said it was so all along...
We all have our gods. Some the God of the universes. Others self i.e. humanists. Some worship the earth or nature. Others science. Everyone has someone or thing they worship.I guess one man's truth is another man's superstition. Your god in her wisdom has total control over everything we do. It must be her will I'm skeptical of what you write...