Re: If god exists, what created god?

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24 May 1995 15:49:47 GMT

I would tend to think that Science is Observation, and Religion is Belief/Faith. Getting more to the subject, however, our concept of
'God' depends upon our perceptions of reality (space/time/thought) If you remove the aspect of Time from your perception, would the
question 'If god exists, what created god?' still have any relevance? I keep falling back to the idea that Energy can neither be created
nor destroyed. Any thoughts?