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Posted by Rich on October 30, 2000 17:46:26 UTC

I don't understand how god being created from nothingness is so easy for you to comprehend, but life coming from the big bang is the most difficult thing to understand. God being out of our dimension is the fix you place in to say, "It can happen in another dimension, but we can't understand it." There is so much we don't know about the dimension we are already in. But to the point, in god's own dimension, how can he be the only singular being. The oneness of god is very suspect to me. If in god's dimension, something doesn't need to be created to exist, then what is stopping other independant gods from existing? By the way, the first and last both indicate a beginning and an end.

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