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Posted by Mike Banks on August 8, 2001 04:23:54 UTC

There are more possibilities than the 3 you considered. I'll name one, but I'm sure there are more.

a. Life(or energy) is infinite, everlasting similar to God, which needed no cause, just as God.

I have always pondered this. Why can God be everlasting and eternal but not life? Isn't God a form a life, or the basis of life itself?

Please explain to me how God can exist forever but life, or energy, cannot. Since humans have not existed forever, I don't understand how you can seem absolutely sure that there are only 3 choices in life's existance.

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