Divine Command Theory--Anti-Abortion

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After several weeks of analyzing moral theory, the divine command theory prevails. Jehovah created us (page 7, Column 1) intrinsically valuable, in that we are each a temple, in and of ourselves. (Page 71 Column 1) Proven scientific knowledge includes the fact that in the 1769 King James Version (Isaiah 40:22), undisputedly references the circle of the earth. This is tantamount to believing in a higher being, which is in perfect accordance with the divine command theory, in that, the date of the aforementioned discovery by humankind was in the 15th century; only One Being could have shared this infinitesimal knowledge. The Bible is not a science book; it teaches through stories. However, whenever it makes an assertion relating to a scientific principle or fact, it is completely accurate. Therefore, the divine command theory makes most sense to me. Some people find many stories in the bible hard to believe, unfortunately, these people have not opened their minds to how big the universe is. We are just a dot on the horizon. In following the divine command theory, which includes the Ten Commandments, it is evident that if every living- breathing thing utilized these essentially a peaceful coexistence would prevail. Look to the birds, God made, who have been around for since Adam and Eve of years, unlike the many lost civilizations before us, who concerned themselves with ways to win wars. Birds take only what they need to sustain them; there is no greed. In fact, they exist peacefully, many species of animals do. The Bible teaches (in Genesis 1:29–30) that the original animals (and the first humans) were commanded to be vegetarian. Supposing that the original animals included dinosaurs, they coexisted peacefully, as life will be after Armageddon. Sadly, perfection or a world free of sin did not last. Adam rebelled against his Creator, bringing sin into the world (Genesis 3:1–7; Romans 5:12), that is why humans get a sink feeling in the pits of their stomachs when...
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