As some may know, the presence of God has dipped over the years. While there were tons of apparitions in the Middle Ages to kings and other leaders, now it seems limited to poor people who aren't obsessed with material value.
Yes, it's inevitable that humans will continue playing God (we've already achieved cloning, vaccines that change the body's immune system, have artificial hearts and other organs, prostetic legs and arms, etc.). I'm just wondering when the final nail will be. It will never be "too much for humans." Our greed will always overlook what is right.
Everyone here will call me crazy. Go ahead. But 200 years ago, anastethics for women during childbirth were frowned upon because it's God's punishment to women for Eve disobeying him. He wants women to suffer during childbirth. You say that's ridiculous? Well, when it was first introduced, doctors agreed. And had you artificially extended someone's life they way we do now with medicine and artificial organs, people would be outraged. Now no one cares.
Let me ask you all this: Why do people say that modern society is "going downhill" if everyone's open to treatment like this? Surely they realize the behavior and attitudes of people centuries ago were much different towards technology? Even Mother Theresa did not like modern medicine, and she's considered the greatest person of the 20th century.
Well, what do you guys think?