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Where Did The Energy Come From? Could GOD Be The Energy?

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Posted by Motumos on July 4, 2001 00:46:42 UTC

IF the only thing in existence was energy in the beginning of the uviverse, than that would prove towards the existence of GOD and GOD would be that energy. Also, it still makes very good sense for the word "GOD" to have been the "Big Bang".

According to the bible, GOD made everything right? According to scientists, the "big Bang" made everything right?

Also, about what you say where was this information stored when the physical universe was totally undifferentiated? There seems to be no physical mechanism for it.

Thats where spiritual comes in. There is more to life than a physical and mechanical unverse. I don't think the human brain is capable of such understanding, until the human has passed from physical, to spiritual form. Humans are not "ALL Knowing", but once the transformation of the human physical form to spiritual form is made, the conciousness of the human would be different, and perhaps everthing will make sense.

Even scientist claim that energy cannot be destroyed only changes form, so this also proves life after death.

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