According to Lavoisier's Law we can only process elements that already exist. And if that's true then how could we invent the concept of God without the existence of the elements that compose it? And ultimately It existing as well?
Makes sense that God wasn't invented then.
I was talking about the concept, Not God itself.
Are we not processing energy when we form concepts?
I don't think I understand the question. I suppose we are (if it is what i'm thinking). But that does not answer my previous question.
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