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The Singularity Of God

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Posted by Rich on November 2, 2000 17:36:17 UTC

If god is the first and last, if god has no end, if god was never created, but just is, why is there only one god. In the realm of existance in which god resides has no real boundaries for creation then why is he alone? Why aren't there other independant gods? If something doesn't need to be created to exist, then there should be a whole lot of stuff there, not just one god, unless you may be suggesting god eliminated the competition.

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