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Re: God???

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Posted by Science=Religion/">Science=Religion on September 24, 1998 07:17:03 UTC

: : If the Big Bang created the universe. Who or what created the Big Bang? Did a greater Big Bang create the (somewhat lesser) Big Bang that then created the universe? Did then a greater greater Big Bang create the greater Big Bang that created that Big Bang that created our universe?? As you can see this gets rather ambiguous! If the Big Bang doesn't need a creator then why does the universe(or humans)?

: : Events that happened before the hypothetical BIG BANG could never be observed because the breakdown of time. It would be completely out of our frame of reference so the effects on what could have created the BIG BANG can be ignored!!!!

: : BY THE WAY, I DIDN'T MENTION THE BIG BANG IN MY FIRST POST!!!!!!

No I simply change the word God from you first post into Big Bang. If you'll try to 'proof' with your deduction that God doesn't/can't exist then the same goes for the Big Bang.

Events that happened before the hypothetical Creation could never be observed because the breakdown of time. It would be completely out of our frame of reference so the effects on what could have created God can be ignored!!!!

So to continue:

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