|Quoting LY744 (Reply 49):|
You know what, it's so much more probable that this amazing world we live in is the product of a random process, than it is to believe that a series of concoctions from the minds of some arbitrary mortals can tell us the truth about how we came to exist.
Some concoctions from the minds of some abitrary mortals? Well, I'd consider Scientology to be a product of the human imagination. But unless you have some information that nobody else possesses, you can't know from any scientific study that the universe was not indeed created. That would simply be your belief.
In fact, the more science reveals, the more incredible the 'random' theory actually becomes. For some of us, to assume that a random process underlies the totality of our existence is a far greater leap of faith. I think that a creator would certainly be able to leave us some clues, particularly if that creator gave a hoot about us as part of creation. The revelations might not be arbitrary as one would think.
The Bible was written by 60 individuals over a period of several centuries, yet is incredibly consistent in pointing to Christ in Genesis, and revealing Him in the Gospels. The prophecies of the Bible and historical documentation have made it one of the most, if not the most, scrutinized collection of writings in the history of mankind. People have desperately sought to find justification to find it invalid, but they have failed. One cannot say that of Scientology.
That is, of course, my opinion.