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Author Topic:   Best evidence for Creation
LucyTheApe
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Message 17 of 176 (477078)
07-30-2008 1:06 AM
Reply to: Message 16 by Rahvin
07-30-2008 12:54 AM


Rahvin writes:
How would you differentiate between a Created Unvierse and a non-Created Universe? What would be the properties that distinguish one from the other, and why?
One exists and one doesn't.
Look around.. if you see anything that resembles a universe then
the chances are it was created. The non-created one doesn't exist because it hasn't been created.
Edited by LucyTheApe, : No reason given.

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LucyTheApe
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Message 19 of 176 (477080)
07-30-2008 2:03 AM
Reply to: Message 18 by bluegenes
07-30-2008 1:44 AM


Sounds like a good argument for the non-existence of a non-created creator. Look around.....
~(~(Creator)) = Creator!
Thanks bluegenes finally you agree.

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LucyTheApe
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Message 23 of 176 (477085)
07-30-2008 5:34 AM
Reply to: Message 20 by bluegenes
07-30-2008 2:20 AM


Re: Created creators
bluegenes writes:
As soon as you imply that the existence of something requires a creator, you automatically imply that the existent creator requires a creator,
No: Existence requires a Creator doesn't mean that a Creator requires
existence; it means that you can't have existence without a Creator.
You can't argue that a Creator exists, you can only try and argue that
he doesn't.
Existence is an axiom.

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