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State three reasons why man is regarded as the crown of creation.?

State three reasons why man is regarded as the crown of creation.?

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isaaq
1 month ago
Human beings are the crown of creation. They are the most complex form of creation and very sensitive. They just do not know how to act like one yet. They are puzzled with the enormous amount of power which they have and they certainly are not handling it too well.
There are 7 kingdoms as per the theosophical society and man is the most complex creation in the physical form.
First is the mineral kingdom, it has no emotions and least intelligence, second is the plant kingdom, third is the animal kingdom and fourth is the most beautiful creation of God, man and he has forgotten his potential and power. He’s consumed by what the animals are doing that is , eat, sleep , reproduce and repeat.He’s the prodigal son.
A man’s brain is more complex, his power of sensitivity and capacity for emotions is way more than that of any animal, plant or mineral. Unfortunately, he’s forgotten the path, he’s forgotten that with great power comes great responsibility and that is why we are in a mess today.
The theosophical society and all the spiritual schools including my Guru ( Master Choa Kok Sui- founder of Pranic Healing and Arhatic yoga ) had predicted that the Golden age has already begun. That is why so many spiritual schools and yoga centres have come into existence and the prodigal son is returning to God and Himself. He’s tried everything and has never been more lost and in the words of Sadhguru ( founder of Isha foundation and a mystic being) it’s time for Yoga. ( And now…. Yoga) That is why we see so many people taking up meditation, yoga, doing service. This is the end of chaos and the beginning of the Golden age, hence , the drama, the hope, hence, the fall and rise both. It has begun and it is here to stay. Sooner or later we will be proud to be called a human being. Till then let’s just improve this being , that is , yourself.
mhz vee
1 month ago
Human beings are the crown of creation. They are the most complex form of creation and very sensitive. They just do not know how to act like one yet. They are puzzled with the enormous amount of power which they have and they certainly are not handling it too well.
There are 7 kingdoms as per the theosophical society and man is the most complex creation in the physical form.
First is the mineral kingdom, it has no emotions and least intelligence, second is the plant kingdom, third is the animal kingdom and fourth is the most beautiful creation of God, man and he has forgotten his potential and power. He’s consumed by what the animals are doing that is , eat, sleep , reproduce and repeat.He’s the prodigal son.
A man’s brain is more complex, his power of sensitivity and capacity for emotions is way more than that of any animal, plant or mineral. Unfortunately, he’s forgotten the path, he’s forgotten that with great power comes great responsibility and that is why we are in a mess today.
The theosophical society and all the spiritual schools including my Guru ( Master Choa Kok Sui- founder of Pranic Healing and Arhatic yoga ) had predicted that the Golden age has already begun. That is why so many spiritual schools and yoga centres have come into existence and the prodigal son is returning to God and Himself. He’s tried everything and has never been more lost and in the words of Sadhguru ( founder of Isha foundation and a mystic being) it’s time for Yoga. ( And now…. Yoga) That is why we see so many people taking up meditation, yoga, doing service. This is the end of chaos and the beginning of the Golden age, hence , the drama, the hope, hence, the fall and rise both. It has begun and it is here to stay. Sooner or later we will be proud to be called a human being. Till then let’s just improve this being , that is , yourself.
Malik
1 month ago
Answer: Humans are called the crown of creation because the whole creation was created according to a structure that is called “Adam” – Man, and all parts of creation are components of this system.

When a person begins to comprehend creation, it appears within him as his constituent parts. A person begins to understand that only he was created and that all the rest of the still, vegetative, animate, and human are found within him.

That is the way every person feels who has achieved creation, even though according to our logic, it makes no sense for a person to feel that everything is within him. This is precisely what happens, because creation is a system of many connections, and within it, every person includes all of creation within himself.
emma
1 month ago
Man was the first to be created by god
woman was mada out of man
mhizzlee
1 month ago
The Bible says that man was created, that he did not evolve.
2. The Bible says that man was created by God!
a. This is very important because it means man is not his own boss. God is, because God made man.
b. This is also important because it means man is answerable to God. Since God created man, God will one day hold man accountable for how he has lived. This idea, of course, makes the evolutionist very uncomfortable.
3. Furthermore, in the Bible God says something about man that He never said about animals: "Let us make man in our image, after our likeness." (Gen. 1:26-28)
a. This means that man is vastly more important than any animal.
b. This means that man is the crown of God's creation.
c. What does it mean to be created in God's image and likeness?
1) It cannot mean that God has a physical body as we do. The Bible says God is Spirit (John 4:24). (Spirits do not have bodies of flesh and blood as we do. Sometimes spirits use bodies temporarily so they can talk with us, but they don't need them.)
2) We can get an idea of what it means to be created in the image of God from the conversations God had with man after He created him. There are at least four ways.
B. How Is Man Like God?
1. Creativity: God told man, "Be fruitful and multiply (Gen. 1:28)."
a. God is the ultimate Creator. In a way, He gave man the ability to create life as God does. This is an awesome ability and an awesome responsibility!
b. In a way, this creative ability goes beyond just having children. Man is able to invent things, to think up new ideas, new ways of doing things. Man is creative as God is creative. Question: How does creativity relate to gardening? To woodworking? To farming? To arts and crafts?
2. Rulership: God told man, "Fill the earth, and subdue it; and rule over the fish of the sea and over the birds of the sky, and over every living thing that moves on the earth (Gen. 1:28)."
a. God is the Supreme Ruler over all His creation (Acts 4:27-28). He is Sovereign.
b. God has delegated to man limited rulership: To rule over the earth and over the animals of the earth.
c. Environmentalists do not believe this. They believe man has no right to rule the earth. The extreme environmentalists believe it will be necessary to kill off many humans so that all the animals have enough room.
d. When God first made man, He told him he could eat plants (Gen. 1:29). God did not create man to kill and eat animals in the beginning. That came later. God expected that man would be benevolent rulers of the animals.
3. Personality: If man were to rule over the earth and the animals, it meant that he was like God in another way. God created him with personality.
a. God is a person. He has personality. In order to rule, both God and man have the necessary parts of personality.
b. By this we do not mean shyness or friendliness or inhibition. We mean that to rule you have to be able to do the things a person does in order to rule over God's creation. These include the ability to
1) Think. Intellect: Man is able to think both in the concrete and in the abstract. He is able to think about specific things and general things, like ideas. Animals have a limited intellect in that they can learn by experience and act in accordance with the instinct God has given them. But animals cannot think about thinking, nor think about themselves. They cannot solve math problems. Only man "can be truly educated rather than merely trained (Whitcomb, John C., The Early Earth, p. 100)."
2) Feel. Emotions: Though animals may have a limited range of emotions (such as fear), only man has a fully developed emotional capacity. Only man has complex emotions like sadness, joy, fulfillment. "Only man appreciates art and music creatively (Whitcomb, John C., The Early Earth, p. 100)."
3) Decide. Will: "Man is sufficiently free from the bondage of instinct to exercise real choices and to have significant purposes and goals in life (Whitcomb, John C., The Early Earth, p. 100)."
4) Talk. Communication: Though there is some limited communication between animals (whales can apparently communicate over thousands of miles), only man “can use oral and written symbols to communicate abstract concepts to other persons and thus enjoy true fellowship” (Whitcomb, John C., The Early Earth, p. 100), both with other men and with other spirit beings, such as angels, and with God Himself. Only man “can recognize the existence and rightful demand of his creator through worship, sacrifice, and religious service” (Whitcomb, John C., The Early Earth, p. 100).
c. All of these God does, and does them perfectly. All of these man does, but imperfectly. There is a vast gulf separating what God can do and what man can do. And there is a vast gulf separating what the least intelligent man can do and what the smartest animal can do.
4. Morality: The understanding of right and wrong.
a. If man is going to rule well, this implies morality. There could be good ways to rule and there could be bad ways.
b. This is reinforced by God's law in the area of rulership: “From any tree of the garden you may eat freely; but from the tree of the knowledge of good and evil you shall not eat, for in the day that you eat from it you shall surely die” (Gen. 2:16-17).
c. The very fact that God gave man a rule he could obey means that he also could disobey if he chose. Man was created in God's image with an understanding of right and wrong. He also had the possibility and the responsibility of freedom of choice.
d. Only man, not animals, “can discern moral right and wrong and suffer agonies of conscience” (Whitcomb, John C., The Early Earth, p. 100). No wolf ever felt a single twinge of guilt while eating a rabbit.

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