Is it possible that the molecules of our brains somehow mix at just the right proportion to create emotion?
Do you ever ask yourself: If there is nothing more within the capsule we call our bodies, are we no more than puppets of flesh that shouldn’t even have a name? If our mind was just an evolution of the physical being of our brains, without an intelligent Creator, how can we trust our thoughts?
If we somehow evolved out of chaos, each molecule arranged to form our being, how is there the moral capacity to know right from wrong?
Do we just react to the elements that have randomly crossed the span of time we are on this Earth? If we are, how is it that we have free will?
If we are a mass of inhabitants on Earth that have multiplied by the millions, while we forever spin on a planet that came together by the forces of the universe to somehow sustain life
Why would it matter what we did with our lives?
If we have intelligence to design and build buildings, where and when was the existence of original intelligence?
If we can save lives with a scalpel, where and when was the existence of original skill?
If we can cultivate the earth for food, who made the seed? If you say the fruit, who made the fruit?
When and how was the first masterpiece of art or music ever crafted?
What or Who created creativity?
How do we know good and evil?
If there is no God, then what or who has brought on the origin of good? In the expanse of space and nothingness, where did kindness begin? How was benevolence conceived?
Where is the hope beyond destruction and heartache? Is there vindication of evil to satisfy our deep-seated need for justice and an end of the pain of this life?
If good and evil had an absolute beginning, won’t there be an absolute victory of one or the other? Can you or I utterly end this struggle? Won’t whatever or whoever orchestrated the beginning also have the capacity to bring about the end?
How is it that we can contemplate eternity?
In regards to all of the above, can an undefined “life-force” of energy possess good to instill compassion within man? Can it distribute intelligence? Can it bear emotion to be able to pass on a capacity to love and grieve, to be glad or to anger?
He has made everything appropriate in its time. He has also set eternity in their heart, yet so that man will not find out the work which God has done from the beginning even to the end.” Eccles. 3:11