This is really cool.
But it goes to saying that many religions still find conflicts with each other. I assume everyone's got it somewhat right and somewhat wrong.
Is it logical to assume that our existence came from one source? The Big Bang? God? etc.
If so...is it logical to assume that 'one' particular religion is correct?
Or do we all have just parts of it like a puzzle piece? Is everything one?
Like the parable of "Seven Blind Men" the Indian story of the men and the elephant?
This series seems to encompass both scientific and creationist theories.
Almost as if the fact that our imaginations could very well be the conceptualizing ideas of both past and future events, inventions, situations, etc.
Perhaps it's not so much as to 'why we made wrong choices, or why there is evil.'
Perhaps it's the fact that these random occurrences happen by means of free will and our chemical reactions indicates that we are learning and growing by observation, experience, and essentially...suffering or stress.
Evolution states that we are in a type of mutation, natural selection, gene flow, and genetic drifting.
Hence why we have evolved so different as a single species. From different cultures,skin color, height, life-span, etc.
Much like how a past species split apart *missing links, to evolve into apes and humans, it is entirely possible that humans will continue to evolve into something different.