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MINDBLOWN EPISODE #1: Killing the First Homosapien- CONFIRMS Pre-Destination??

MINDBLOWN EPISODE #1: Killing the First Homosapien- CONFIRMS Pre-Destination??

 

MINDBLOWING QUESTIONS #1: Killing the First Homosapien- CONFIRMS Pre-Destination??

 

DISCLAIMER: The question I am about to ask you in this particular video was NOT created on the basis of CONFIRMATION BIAS, in an attempt to pre-filter a concept to match an existing belief. But rather, on the basis of pure SKEPTICISM. I am arguing BOTH sides. In fact, I myself have been trying to solve the mystery to this mind-blowing riddle. Hence, the reason why I am posting this is for others to perhaps chime in with open-minded, POSITIVE viewpoints so we can all brainstorm together, and hopefully, try and construct a logical conclusion!

Get ready to be mind blown. Try and wrap your head around this: 
Let’s say you jumped in a time machine, and went back in time and got the attention of the very FIRST Homosapien on Earth (BEFORE having any offspring) while he was out hunting. And Instead of killing the antelope he was just hunting down, he gets impaled and dies. ALL of history would be changed. Forever. From that very moment.

“History would never be what it HAS been all the way up until this point….oh wait…what point??”

As a result of this happening, would there be such a thing as the human race? Also, does this confirm pre-destination?

I don’t know about you, but this is one of the most mind-blowing questions I’ve ever come across. Now here’s my attempt at trying to solve this mystery. Let’s first ring up the definition for the word ‘Predestination’.

Predestination, in theology, is the doctrine that all events have been willed by God, usually with reference to the eventual fate of the individual soul. Explanations of predestination often seeks to address the “paradox of free will“, whereby God’s omniscience seems incompatible with human free will (Wiki).”

So with that being said, if in fact this homosapien died rather than surviving; there would be no other possibility of a lineage of offspring after this occurrence took place. The human race would be cutoff completely. There would be no history because the timeline stops there. What’s even more interesting, is how in the definition it stated that, “predestination often seeks to address the “paradox of free will“, whereby God’s omniscience seems incompatible with human free will.” Following this further, if this man was given free will to go out and hunt by choice, whether he died or not, does this conflict with the omniscience of God due to the outcome not even mattering through free will? Even if the homosapien did in fact survive and was not killed, who’s to say that he survived the following day he went hunting??? The only logical argument to this that I can think of, is if there was a second homosapien, (such a woman) in this scenario and both of these homosapians together had ALREADY given birth to a new generation.

“The only counter argument I could think of is a second Homosapien existing at this time.”

But what if this same scenario was ALSO applied to this new generation???  However, this is why I had mentioned early on that the FIRST and ONLY homosapien had NO offspring whatsoever, and was the ONLY human being to exist at that time.  So because the first homosapien survived indefinitely, can we then conclude that it was PRE-DESTINED for him to live and survive in order to create an offspring of children which we would then refer to as, ‘The Human Race’?  Or in other words, is everything already pre-determined to happen before it even happens? And if so, what is the source that is causing this pre-destination to occur???

-Rayne

 

 

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