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Yes, But God Is Outside The Universe!

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Posted by Yunus Robinson on April 1, 2001 17:25:27 UTC

God is the author of the Natural Laws which work accordingly within the boundaries of the Universe.

We can never know what lies outside the Universe because our science can only be applied to the Universe alone.

We do not know what kind of Laws govern this 'SuperUniverse'

There must be a realm outside the Universe because the Big Bang took place in it.

As for this mysterious boundary that separates the Universe from this realm, light from it probably has yet to reach us.

At least that is what I believe.



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