Traditional religions provide the foundation for the development of good moral values, inherent in most Sapiens. Organized religion is a critical stage of any Intelligent Planet's LifeCycle. As early as thirty-five hundred years ago with the Ten Commandments, religion has led the way in forging our legal system of rights and wrongs and punishment for wrong-doers. The Ten Commandments are used as intrinsic doctrines in shaping our laws, our methods of dealing with others and the intricacies of our everyday lives.
Most religions endorse the positive components of mankind's evolution, as does The ILC Theory. Honesty, Love, Compassion, Trust, Forgiveness and Sanctity of Life are all good things to be cherished. These concepts help us navigate through the good times and the bad times, and let us emerge better for it, regardless of our circumstances.
"The Intelligent LifeCycle Theory" offers a logical, non-religious explanation of a higher power that is prevalent in most religions. For those people who do not believe in a God, it offers credible answers as to why we are truly here, and what happens next after this life.
Based on scientific data, rational analysis, statistical modeling, reasoning and logic, The ILC Theory seems to transcend normal religious beliefs, but at the same time, it also supports many religious standards. Traditional religious beliefs can certainly coexist with The Theory, since both have similar moral values and belief structures that foster positive human behavior.