I have a world history class I'm taking online, and this chapter one of the (50) subjects we're studying is Jules Verne. I started thinking about his book "The Time Machine" and I had a lot of "what if's" floating through my head . . .
If time travel was possible, would you do it? What if what you found changed your religious beliefs incredibly? For example, what if a Christian goes back in time to find that Jesus was just a regular guy? Alternatively, what if an Atheist goes back to find that Jesus was, in fact, the son of God? What if we went back in time and found that the big bang really WAS how it happened, or that God really created the world in six days.
So, if going back in time meant that you're religious beliefs were going to be proved wrong beyond a shadow of a doubt, would you do it?
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