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Re: The Singularity Of God

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Posted by Devita on November 5, 2000 10:32:46 UTC

You said: If something doesn't need to be created to exist, then there should be a whole lot of stuff there.
This can only happens in this universe, but God is beyond the universe. God is the creator, so it is impossible to have the same character as HIS creator.
If you use Physical law to describe God, you'll find nothing. Please understand that our knowledge is not enough.

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