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  Origin - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Origin, King of the Summon Spirits in Tales of Phantasia and its prequel, Tales of Symphonia.
Origin belief, the account, often in narrative form, that describes how existence, the universe, life, and humanity came to be.
Origin of replication, is the location at which DNA replication is initiated.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Origin   (365 words)

  
 Origin belief - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
An origin belief is any story or explanation that describes the beginnings of humanity, earth, life, and the universe (cosmogony).
Such beliefs can be derived from many different venues including scientific investigation, metaphysical speculation, or religious belief.
However, "origin beliefs" may be generalized to include non-religious claims and theories based in contemporary science or philosophy—the steady state theory, origin of life and panspermia fall into this category.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Origin_belief   (12651 words)

  
 Science and the Bible - An alternative to religion?
Atheistic belief is based upon the premise that God has not been proven to exist, and upon a purely empirical interpretation of the natural world.
The belief that everything could be so determined, and the belief that the universe was both unchanging and eternal, was sufficient confirmation for many skeptics that God did not exist.
Belief in God should be based on the knowledge of the revelation of Jesus Christ and the evidence in and of the Bible.
www.provethebible.net /T2-Verac/C-0501.htm   (1512 words)

  
 The Reformed Objection to Natural Theology
More specifically, with reference to beliefs that we could refrain from holding ("eluctable" beliefs as he calls them), we are rationally justified in holding them unless we either have or ought to have adequate reasons for supposing that they are false or formed in a way that is not reliable.
A rational or justified belief, for instance, typically indicates that someone’s belief is positively related to truth as a cognitive desideratum, e.g., the person has good evidence, grounds, indications, or reasons for supposing that his belief is true.
Internally rational beliefs are beliefs formed by proper functioning faculties “downstream from experience.” That is to say they involve the proper response to whatever is given to us by way of sensuous and or doxastic experience.
www.homestead.com /philofreligion/files/ROCH6.htm   (14976 words)

  
 Mythical Monsters
Often their origin is described as divine: they might be gods from earlier times who have lost their powers or fallen angels who have been trapped in the regions of earth.
Originally the term referred to the unadorned spout that extended outward from a rain gutter or parapet.
Originally very beautiful women, the Gorgons were transformed into ugly monsters, with writhing serpents for hair, claws of bronze, and were so ugly that the sight of them turned onlookers to stone.
www.geocities.com /dragar.geo/WSP/monsters.html   (5776 words)

  
 Origin Of Religion
The origin of religion can generally be traced to the ancient Near East and classified in three basic categories: polytheistic, pantheistic and monotheistic.
The belief that the universe itself was divine was typified in the Animism beliefs of the African and American Indian cultures, the later Egyptian religion under the Pharoahs, and Buddhism, Confucianism and Taoism in the cultures of the Far East.
The origin of religion and monotheistic systems: Monotheism (a belief in one God) is the foundation of the Judeo-christian-muslim line of religions, which began with a man named Abraham in about 2000 BC.
www.allaboutreligion.org /origin-of-religion.htm   (639 words)

  
 THE ORIGIN OF RELIGIOUS BELIEF by Aparthib
Belief in religion and faith is this new element.
Without a belief in life after death, or in GOD's existence suddenly the driving force of life for humans with limited intellect would seem to disappear and there would be total chaos and anarchy and eventual destruction of human species.
There is also another survival aspect of religious belief, which is: The most successful religion (measured by number and/or growth rate) is not necessarily the one which is true or best in an objective sense but which is the most successful in maintaining cohesion among its followers and gives them advantage over the other religions.
www.mukto-mona.com /Articles/aparthib/origin_religious_belief.htm   (3713 words)

  
 Search Results for "Belief"
Philosophers have disagreed as to whether belief is active or passive; Rene Descartes...
A belief or conclusion held with confidence but not substantiated by positive knowledge or proof: The world is not run by thought, nor by imagination, but by opinion...
...evolution, concept that embodies the belief that existing animals and plants developed by a process of gradual, continuous change from previously existing forms....
bartleby.com /cgi-bin/texis/webinator/sitesearch?FILTER=&query=Belief   (354 words)

  
 Quodlibet Online Journal: Knowledge of God and Alvin Plantinga's Reformed Epistemology - by Patrick J Roche   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-02)
Plantinga's claim was that belief in God is 'properly basic' in the sense that the believer is within his 'epistemic rights' or not in beach of any 'epistemic obligations' in believing that God exists without inferential evidence or 'proof' from other beliefs such as the 'proofs' of natural theology.
Scripture is self-authenticating in the sense that for belief in the great things of the gospel to be justified, rational and warranted no historical evidence and argument for the teaching in question, or for the veracity or reliability or divine character of Scripture (or the part of Scripture in which it is taught) are necessary.
But the paradigm cases of properly basic belief and the presuppositions on which their determination is based will at least intimate the types of belief that a properly functioning belief-producing capacity would be understood within a particular 'world-view' or epistemic community to produce in different circumstances/conditions.
www.quodlibet.net /roche-plantinga.shtml   (6732 words)

  
 Miscellany - Origin
Origin is explained in the Book of Origin, carried by all who believe in the faith.
Priors are dispatched to regions in the cosmos where there are nonbelievers and those who have never-before encountered the belief system.
Origin - A Prior takes Daniel and Vala to the city of Celestis, where Daniel is granted an audience with the Doci who explains Origin and its doctrine.
www.gateworld.net /omnipedia/miscellany/o/origin.shtml   (123 words)

  
 Creationism - Crystalinks
This belief was based on the authority of Genesis, the Qu'ran, and other ancient histories, which were held to be historically accurate and no systematic or scientific inquiry was made into the validity of the text.
Creationism or creation theology encompasses the belief that human beings, the world and the universe were created by a supreme being or deity.
There are creationists who also dispute scientific accounts of the origin of life, and of the geological history of Earth, the formation of the solar system, the origin of the physical universe, and a few even support such ideas as geocentrism and a flat Earth.
www.crystalinks.com /creationism.html   (2433 words)

  
 Jesus the Nazarene - Myth or History? Chapter 11   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-02)
The belief in the resurrection is indeed the foundation upon which the whole structure of primitive Christianity is built.
The faith in the resurrection was in its origin an affirmation and a conviction of a religious nature, and it was not an experimental observation.
It is because, under the influence of the belief in His resurrection (a direct consequence of the impression He had made on them), the disciples of Jesus, in the exaltation of their faith, saw in Him no ordinary man, but directly identified Him with the celestial Messiah.
www.christianorigins.com /goguel/ch11.html   (8995 words)

  
 THE ORIGIN OF RELIGIOUS BELIEF
This is a general discussion on the roots of religious belief without focusing on any specific religion.
But even in that case if that person told others about his/her experience (and it would be a truthful account, excluding of course hallucinatory experiences/illusions etc) and others believed in him/her, then the belief of others will be a result of belief in a human, unlike the person who experienced the divine revelations directly.
Oftentimes believers in blind faith respond to critics of their blind belief (atheists/agnostics/freethinkers) saying their critics are biased themselves and their disbelief in the blind faith is itself due to their bias against the believers.
humanists.net /avijit/article/origin_of_religious_belief.htm   (3703 words)

  
 RELS-RELIGIOUS STUDIES   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-02)
RELS 304 Judaism (3) GE C3 Origin, beliefs and practices of Judaism and central themes in the Hebrew Bible.
RELS 305 Christian Origins (3) GE C3 Origin, belief and practices of Christianity.
RELS 306 Hinduism (3) GE C3 Origin, beliefs and practices of the Veda and the Upanisads.
www.calpoly.edu /~acadprog/99depts/cla/phil_dept/RELScrs.html   (243 words)

  
 We Are Teaching a Religion in Our Public Schools.
Other animals claimed as ancestors are tigers, apes, cats, goats, buffalo, etc. The evolution belief reaches back beyond the lemur and postulates that humans came up through the ranks from their particular idea of the ultimate ancestor, the organic matter in a primordial sea.
The new materialism of the day, the belief in a utopian world through human accomplishment, and the subsequent belief that there is no higher authority than humans themselves, were ideal conditions for proselytizing the animal origins belief.
Many people, then and now, labored under the misconception that the creation belief is archaic and evolution is the "new" explanation for the origin of life, when in reality evolution is the ancient animal origins belief packaged as a new scientific theory.
www.creationism.org /csshs/v09n2p08.htm   (1841 words)

  
 The origin & the belief - Poetry   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-02)
The origin & the belief - Poetry - !http://maxpages.com/pameladaranjo/Groundhog_Day
It is based on a belief that on this day (February 2) the groundhog, or woodchuck, comes out of hole after winter hibernation to look for its shadow.
This belief was brought in America during the 18th Century by the German settlers.
maxpages.com /pameladaranjo/Groundhog_Day - !http://www.maxpages.com/pameladaranjo/Groundhog_Day   (1892 words)

  
 Bogle, Islam, University of Texas Press
An understanding of its beliefs and practices has become essential knowledge not only for religious and political leaders but also for ordinary citizens who increasingly interact with Muslims as neighbors, coworkers, and schoolmates.
This book is designed to offer the general public a concise overview of the origins, basic beliefs, and common practices of Islam, as well as the reasons for its dramatic resurgence in recent times.
Bogle also explains the basic beliefs ("The Five Pillars") of Islam, as well as the role played by the Qur'an (Islam's scriptures), the hadith (the words and behavior of Muhammad), and the shari'a (Islamic law).
www.utexas.edu /utpress/books/bogisl.html   (247 words)

  
 LakotaArchives.com - Native American Origins 6
He has stated that many Native American people are opposed to the theory because it contradicts traditional sacred and historical knowledge - that is, it does not reflect any of the memories or traditions passed down by the ancestors over many generations.
Native American oral traditions tend to give quite different accountings of human origins on the American continent, ones that link particular groups with particular regions, in evolving and often multilateral creative processes.
An Inca origin myth has the ancestors of the Inca emerging from a group of three caves near the old capital of Cuzco, or 'Navel'.
www.lakotaarchives.com /natorigins6.html   (490 words)

  
 The Creation Research Society's Creed
The Bible is the written Word of God, and because it is inspired throughout, all its assertions are historically and scientifically true in the original autographs.
To the student of nature this means that the account of origins in Genesis is a factual presentation of simple historical truths.
The account of the special creation of Adam and Eve as one man and one woman and their subsequent fall into sin is the basis for our belief in the necessity of a Savior for all mankind.
www.talkorigins.org /faqs/crs-creed.html   (279 words)

  
 Scientology, Scientologists, What Scientologists Believe, About Scientology -- Beliefnet.com
Scientology considers the belief in a God or gods as something personal and therefore offers no specific dogma.
Only when the individual is aware of his spiritual nature can he identify his barriers within the universe and overcome them, rising out of a lower state and into a higher state of happiness and freedom.
Based on the belief that you cannot free yourself spiritually without working to free others, Scientology has founded and supports many organizations for social betterment, particularly in the areas of drug abuse, crime, psychiatric abuse, government abuse of law, human rights, religious freedom, education, and morality.
www.beliefnet.com /story/80/story_8057_1.html   (449 words)

  
 The Origin of Chondrules and Chondrites - Cambridge University Press
They can provide unique insights into the origins and early evolution of our solar system, and even into the relationships between our solar system and other stars in the vicinity of our Sun.
The largest structural components of most chondrites are the glass-bearing chondrules, and there are numerous theories for their origin.
This clear and systematic text summarises the ideas surrounding the origin and history of chondrules and chondrites, drawing on research from the various scientific disciplines involved.
www.cup.cam.ac.uk /catalogue/catalogue.asp?isbn=0521836034&ss=exc   (219 words)

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