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Posted by Sam Patterson on October 19, 2002 17:30:55 UTC

"What came before God? Don't give me the creationsist psycobable bullshit of God "always being there"....that Language Removed won't work with me. We live in a linear universe, which means there is always a before and after."

WE live in a linear universe, yes. But does God? I think he does not. He can choose to manifest himself in our universe in linear fashion, but I don't believe you can put God on a nice little time-line.

"God had to be created somehow."

Why do you say this? Because you (human mind) can not comprehend something without a begining? It is difficult for us to comprehend that, but God is not a human being.

"(1) The universe is linear(there is such a thing as time) and God had to have started somewhere(or we would have been created an infinite amount of years ago(remember, eternity before us)"

Like I said before, WE live in a linear universe. God does not.

Sam, KC2GWX

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