The continual example I am given by believers is God is like the wind, you cant see the wind but you know it exists because of what it effects. I
lived in a cyclone zone at the time, so not the best metaphor.
How can something be in it, but not it, oh that's right, just like a virus...
You can see air molecules and you can feel wind. Its not best example. Love is a better metaphor but love is displayed through actions. The world
works in ways a god is not necisary. So there isnt really proof because that is only based on assumption. The ideas you throw out here are pretty old.
Heard them tons of times and they are easily refuted.
I can follow the rules and prove it easily. First, define God. God is a being that is capable of building a universe, but is not himself a product
of that universe.
The word Father in Hebrew is ABBA, or spelled in Hebrew Aleph (Strong) Bet (House). We get the word alphabet from this word father, or letters making
The word Mother in Hebrew is spelled Aleph (Strong) Mem (Water). In Latin, she is Mater, or matrix. She is the womb of creation and water is the
catalyst that allows the letters of DNA to make proteins (Words). When a father inserts letters of DNA into the mother, we get a Son.
The word Son in Hebrew is Bet (House) Nun (Seed). The word is what is written with letters.
From the first family in the Bible, God told us how he wrote the Son of God. In the Bible, the Son is called the Word, or LOGOS that wrote all things
In other words, it's all information science and God demonstrates this by showing you the letters of creation before he gets to any words. Today, we
are just now finding out that this is true.
I know you said no verses, so I'll simply tell you to read John 1:1 if you want a secondary witness to this video below:
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