Question Vs. Answer
This is an fun question to ask in relation to any worldview.
By question, we underrstand this to be a series of replies or sentences for clarification for the purposes of undestanding. If the one answering you does this correctly, he gives you an answer.
But can an answer still be an answer if the answer is false? Or must the answer be correct for it to be of the answer category?
I suppose this would be a good question.
In relation to which came first between the question and the answer, we understand that Adam asked questions and walked with the Memra, or did he? Did Adam actually ever ask a question?
It appears the first question in the TaNaK would be,
Did God Say?
in Genesis 2. So could it be that the first question posed for man was indeed by Satan? It is recoreded as such, but we really don't know. I would suppose Adam had questions for Memra.
However, to possibly find an answer to your question, you need to ask a set of questions in correspondance to the answer. But how can this happen if you have yet to know the answer to begin with. This is indeed a good question.
This is where critical thinking would come in. For there are stupid questions if one seeks a non stupid answer.
However, could a God that is indeed omniscient have questions among the godhead? And could one who knows everything need to ask questions since it would seem that all questions is for the understanding of truth and underrstanding.
Those passages speaking of God with questions would be anthropomorphic or a means to shed light on the individual.
In retrospect, it would appear that the answer came before the question in reality aka Christianity.
But what about for an atheist? Can an animal know? If they can know, can they know exactly like humans or analogically like humans, univocally or eqivalently?
Since we were nothing but biochemical ousia from the beginning via atheism, did the ousia or ooz that we once were know? During the process from goo to animal, what questions were asked? Did the fish ask the sea if it was blue?
So in this reference, we see that without an understanding of something, you can't ask questions for answers regarding anything.
We also need to ask ourself at what point did the question/answer ratio come into being in reference to the embarrasing myth (since it has failed miserably)
So then, if we as good had no questions, did we have questions as lizards? Sharks? or Elephants?
And how does the question/answer ratio fit inside the so called evolution time line. To simply say that question/answer evolved does not answer the question but is an assertion like when Uncle Frank talks with his hands.
So which animal asked the first question? and which question was the first intelligible question to lead to the answer.
In Christianity, the question came before the answer, in atheism, silence came before the assertions. .
Jean Chauvin (Jude 3).
A Rational Christian of Intelligence (rare)with a valid and sound justification for my epistemology and a logical refutation for those with logical fallacies and false worldviews upon their normative of thinking in retrospect to objective normative(s). This is only understood via the imago dei in which we all are.
Jean Chauvin (Jude 3).