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The Existence of God

Uploaded by gimpysheep on Dec 01, 2003

The Existence of God

A definition of God is as follows:
God-The infinitely perfect Supreme Being, uncaused and absolutely self-sufficient, eternal, the Creator and final end of all things. The one God subsists in three equal Persons: the Father, the Son (Jesus), and the Holy Spirit.

The non-existence of God cannot be proven through science because Christianity and science have no connection except for the fact that the are both religions. Also, science is proven through tests and experiments there is no way to experiment God or even to prove the existence of Napoleon. You can't go back in history and bring them back. However, just because this can't be proven it doesn’t mean it didn’t happen.

The paradox of God building a wall so heavy even he couldn’t lift it is a weak argument. If God were to build a wall so heavy even he couldn’t lift it, it would make the wall more powerful than God. Hence making the wall God, since the definition of God is that he is all-powerful. God could do whatever he wants but why would he want to diminish his own power.

The argument :
If God is all-powerful, he could do anything possible. Yet, it is impossible to add 2 and 2 together and get 9.
is not a valid point. It is humanly impossible to add 2 and 2 together and get 9 but Jesus, which believers believe to be the same being as God, did take 2 fish and five loaves of bread and feed 5,000 people. The average person then could have probably eaten the two fish and five loaves himself. So the bread and fish were multiplied into over 10,000 fish and 25,000 loaves of bread with 12 baskets full left over. That doesn’t humanly add up.
This would conclude that 2 plus 2 could make nine, with God, and therefore he can do things far out of human grasps.


Because God is eternal and uncaused, he has no need for a creator since he is the ultimate creator. Look at the law of cause and effect. Every cause has an effect and every effect has a cause. R.C. Spoule explains, “being eternal God is not an effect. Since he is not an effect he needs no cause and...

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Uploaded by:   gimpysheep

Date:   12/01/2003

Category:   Religion

Length:   4 pages (903 words)

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