Re: If god exists, what created god?
1 May 95 20:29:59 MDT

>>>> . . . If [God] is all-powerfull, can he create or destroy himself?
>>> Your supposition of fact contains the answer to your
>>>question, as in "if a tomato is red, can a tomato be red?" since
>>>"all-powerful" signifies any ability whatsoever.
>>I disagree (well I would, wouldn't I): If god is all-powerfull, he cannot
>>be destroyed, as that would be a limitation on his power, agreed?
>>However, as you pointed out, if god is all-powerfull he can do anything,
>>so we have two incompatible logical statements. Throw in the added
>>complication that this hypothetical God may not be subject to logic
>>as we know it and you have a difficult question. (some of you may find
>>this easy, I dont) Also, if god has the ability to create himself
>>(interesting concept!) can he ever really be destroyed? Thanks for
>>provoking me, it makes me think!
> The eternal God of the universe did not create himself, And as he is eternal he
> cannot be destroyed!! So where is the logical fallacy here?? The meaning of
> eternal kind of says he won't do it. But you're asking the eternal God of the
> universe to commit suicide and that would be like you telling Bill Gates to
> write a will leaving all his wealth to you and then to prove he can kill himself
> Shalom in Jesus' Love,
DO we need another policeman or father as people call him/her/it.
Give me one reson why you need God, and it better be rational
and I will be converted. However, methinks that God is a figment
of peoples imagination who need an outside force to propel themselves
forward in life. Let God rest in peace for we donot need anyone
to come mess up our lives, jesus did enough to sow eternal
hatred among the Jews and the Christians, Allah pitted the muslims
against every one else and all those Gods in India.....

ONLY GOD CAN HELP........ (: *_* :)

> Sam Chacko