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Well Where Did God Come From?

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Posted by Rich on January 23, 2001 17:47:56 UTC

You all say that he exists where creation is not necessitated. Well, just think about that. If we need a creator, give an argument to explain how something in another universe wouldn't need a creator to exist. I want a plausible and thought out idea. Not some, it just is, or we just can't comprehend it. What I don't understand and will never understand is how you religious folk can't make the jump of our not needing a creator, but can automatically make such a jump with god because it is a necessity to your faith. Your idea that god needs not to have a creator is not based on science, logic, or any reasoning. You believe it because your faith hinges on such a fact.

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