Oh before I say anything, Chrono instead of asking for an interesting topic you should have asked for a intelligent one :) But either way you should be more specific.
"Well, how about discussing some aspect of religion? Let's start with Moses. This man, all alone, not a single witness, climbs up a mountain and has a chat with God. He comes down with two lumps of rock with ten rules for life written on them. Written by GOD!
Now, there is nothing wrong with the Ten Commandments; they are on the whole very good rules. But why did this all powerful God not speak to the whole human race,with his big booming voice? No, God spoke only to Moses. How do we know this? Moses said so!
Any views on this little lot" Bry.
That is very interesting to think about.
I'm not religious so I'm not sure but according to the bible that I've read it seems to me that Gods word holds eminence power, he SPOKE the earth into being and what not.
So had God loudly and public declared His commandments it may have interfered with the free will of man kind.
(However that may not be because it says He talked to Adam and Eve and they still disobeyed him..meaning they still had free will)
Also another idea is religion itself... its based on faith.
Had God done that and proved there actually is a God, people wouldn't have to have "blind" faith they'd have actual proof...maybe God didn't/doesn't want that?
Also I believe it says that every time Moses talked with God he aged? So maybe being in the presence of God is detrimental to humans ....I'm not sure.