Well, that is kind of a wierd way to approach a person, I'll answer your question anyway.
I'm assuming the main thing you want to figure out is whether I'm an atheist or a religious person. I'll tell you right off the bat I'm neither. I'm a freethinker. At any rate, I'll get to what I think of the creation of the universe.
I personally believe in the theory of theophysics. With the information mankind has access to now, I believe that God created the universe with the Big Bang, and that He set up a natural law which we delve into and discover with our research of the sciences. I'm kind of sketchy on the next part. So, don't take me completely word for word. I believe that He started the creation with two things, matter and antimatter. He either made the two from photons (light), or He made photons from the two and went on from there. The latter would kind of coincide with the phrase "Let there be light!" Anyway, the creation also set up how our world is made from contradictions, heaven and hell, light and dark, sky and earth, matter and antimatter. After it, the universe developed as we believed it developed (possibly with some guidance from Him). Our Earth was created 4 billion years ago in our nebula (maybe the nebula had gone away by then, I never studied that far back in history). It eventually became livable. Creatures began to appear and evolved into what we know them as today (with His guidance).
Well, that's what I believe. It probably sounds like Scientology, but it actually does have some merit to it. You know, the Big Bang was originally thought up by the Vatican to explain the creation of the universe. It just got stripped of all religious ties some time afterwards. As for why I believe what I've just told you, the world seems far too organized to be a creation of random chance of some statistical anomaly. The natural law is too perfect. The Divine Proportion is too odd to be chance. Everything just seems to lean in the direction of my beliefs. Then again, I am basing my beliefs in what has been said in the works of Dan Brown.
The first thing that I hits me when I read your response is BOOM....you call yourself a 'freethinker'. This means you do not blindly ascribe to the notion of being subservient to society - so therefore, you are no an extremist. What I mean is that you do not say 'bush is the president, so therefore he is right.' or 'what is legal is not necessary what is right'.
You talk about god, and that he created the world through the series of scientific explanations. You reject the notion that god creates just by saying - you think that god creates by the anti-matter, matter theory, and that there is a logical, observable process to everything. Thus, from all this, I distill that you believe in an ordered universe, and that life is scientifically one way.
In terms of political views, these are my guesses:
- Ideaologically, you are republican. You ascribe to the 'conservative liberty' style of things, that you need to use liberty with caution - you cannot throw liberty to the winds and upset the natural balance of how the universe acts. However, this is different from the 'neocon republicans', of course; this is more along the lines of the 'republican principle' of old.
- You are a free thinker, so you are not supportive of the religious initiatives; that is, something being 'immoral' is not a good enough reason for you to try to outlaw it. I was debating on if the 'order' principle is more than the 'freethinker' principle in you - but since right off the back you told me about your free-thinking ability, I think here is roughly where you stand. You tilt towards the 'liberal' viewpoints in the social issues - abortion, stem cell research, gay marriage etc. On economic issues, there's a certain order to things - whoever is draining the order of the system too much gets the boot in your opinon. If its the afluent citizens taking too much money, give em more taxes. If its the needy taking too much, give them less.
- Overall, (I need to finish my paper lol), I label you a moderate.
How close am I?