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Re: How Can People Still Think There's A God!

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Posted by Rntt... on September 7, 1998 00:57:28 UTC

: Believer: I believe there is a god which created us. : Non: What created that god? : Beleiver: ????

It's very naive of you to think that there is no God just because it can't be proven. Are you claiming that you know everything? Perhaps there's a perfectly rational explanation for God, that would prove it conclusively, but it is so complex that we don't understand or even come close to understanding it.

Your "What created that God?" question could be equally changed to "What created the universe"? Or "What created the Big Bang" or "What created (whatever the answer to the last question was)" and so on.

Philosophers, theologists, TV persona have been discussing this for many moons.

So explain to us, how did the very beginning begin?

What was in the "Nothing" before the Big Bang? There must have been something there, or the Big Bang could never have happened. What lies beyond the universe? What is holding up the giant turtle which is holding the four elephants that holds the world?

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