posted on May, 5 2010 @ 09:53 AM
Alright, so I'm to try and explain this as well as possible.
As it is known, the God in which is believed to exist by so many may not exist... yet. Could this be why atheists and scientists alike find no
credible evidence for such a being? Alright, so stay with me here, because now there is a twist. Now believers in God might think "Then how in the
hell did we get here?", well God created us.
Now... how is that possible? I just said that God may not exist yet and then I said that God created us. How can that work at all? Well, if you
remember that God is described as many things, but the most important in this thought is that God is omnipresent. This means that God is in all places
at all times, that means God is in everything that exists now, everything that existed in the past and everything that existed in the future.
Perhaps in the linear time scale, we precede God, we came before God and God will come into being millions or billions or trillions of years into the
future. However, when God was created in the future, he became omnipresent and exists at all times. So, why did I use the pas tense "created" when
referring to the future? Because time isn't like a clock, according to a clock that says May 5th 11AM, May 5th 12PM hasn't occurred yet. However, in
actual time, it has, the only thing is that we do not see it or notice it until our clock reads that time. So, humans perhaps came before God, but
when God was created in the future, he created us.
If this doesn't make sense to you, that's okay, it's difficult to grasp.