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Originally posted by instar
First consider the concept of "NOTHING". Period. If there was nothing we wouldnt be here to question it. Why then question what is? Why must everything be "created"?. This implies a "creator" which/who may or may not exist. The universe simply is. Is light the absence of darkness or darkness the absence of light? Is what is, the absence of nothing? Can "NOTHING" be the absence of anything? So if the universe just simply is, then what is missing?
Originally posted by Alec Eiffel
If nobody created "God", then I see no reason why the universe has to be created, either.
Originally posted by Jonna
What gets me (not to offend anyone) is the seemingly arrogence in believing that THIS god is anything romotely like you and me. Now I know that the christian bible states that man was made in his image, but does this not strike anyone else as highly unlikely?