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The Mathematical Equations Of Physics And God

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Posted by Marco Biagini on October 7, 2010 14:22:42 UTC

Dear Brian,

you wrote:

"Firstly, in Scientific Proof of God's Existence, Marco Biagini states, "The existence of these mathematical equations implies the existence of a personal, conscious and intelligent Creator." Put simply, "Why?" I see no connection between the existence of mathematical equations, no matter how profound, implies the existence of God."

My argument basically is that according to the present scientific knowledges, the state of the universe is determined by intrinsically abstract conceptual laws (mathematical equations).
Since no concepts can exist outside a thinking mind, there must be a thinking Mind who keeps the universe in existence.
In other words the universe cannot exist without the laws of physics, and the laws of physics cannot exist by themselves but they need a thinking mind; therefore an intelligent conscious God must exist.

You can find a more detailed discussion of my argument in my answer to the question:
"Does the existence of the universe imply the existence of a personal God? "
in the link below:

http://xoomer.virgilio.it/fedeescienza/answersnf.html

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