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If We Define God As Perfect In All Aspects.

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Posted by Duane Eddy on January 6, 2005 19:44:43 UTC

If we define God as perfect in all aspects.

1. Then God can not change because to change from a perfect state would cause God to be imperfect.

2. God can not have a beginning or an end because to begin or end would require change.

3. The Cosmos does change and therefore must have a beginning and an end.

4. A Cosmos must be caused to exist.

5. Only God exists to cause the Cosmos before the Cosmos exists.

6. An finite Cosmos can not create and infinite God.

Therefore God must seperate from, independent of, and the creator of the Cosmos.

I would be most interested in which statements you would disagree with and why.


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