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Creation God

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Posted by Richard Ruquist on March 28, 2002 22:14:25 UTC

You defined god as the universe creation god. But then said:

** since God doesn't have mass or energy, and cannot be found in time or space**

Could you tell me how the properties of no energy or mass, and lack of detection, follow from the definition? If not, could you tell me where the properties came from?

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