Throughout continuum theories of how we came to be have sprung from all ideologies and have become more widely accepted. Such is fact with the “Big Bang” theory. Most everyone understands its concept- the expansion of space a very long time ago, creating what is today the universe and everything enthralled within it. But this theory still leaves much speculation. In their early years, these theories led to the encapsulation of their theorists for acts of heresy against the church- an action roughs on by the closed-mindedness of those in religious constitutions.
Today however, it is much harder the argue against these claims, and others such as the theory of evolution, as we see it happening before our very eyes. The reconciliation between those of religious prospects and the scientists that are unsure of religious views is not evident, and the reason for such conflict is the unwillingness for either side to keep an open mind. Today we live in a world where we see the changes that nature takes to endure the world we have stolen. They take it upon themselves to evolve and adapt to what we eave created to better their own society.
This is the major view of scientific explanation about our beginnings. Nature has evolved us through the millennia, changing ever so slightly the attributes and features of our bodies as to acclimate to the changing world around us. This theory, according to theists, is completely preposterous. We were created as special beings, as were put here to serve and honor the Lord. It is clear why there is speculation between the two sides. The problem is that neither side shows any open mindedness toward the other.
The history of humanity from our beginnings could have started in any way, and we will never know for sure how. Perhaps there is an omnipresent being that has constructed us and everything around us. If this is so, is it too far fetched to proclaim that God could have created the process of evolution? Of course not. Science can tell us many things about the universe and the world we live in, but it can’t say for sure how it all started. This is true for religion. We will never know how we came to be, or the world that we have so graciously been given.