God's attributes are as infinite as the universe.
How do I know? Because God is everywhere and in everything.
by David Bowman4 weeks ago
Warning: This thread is intended as a serious discussion for those interested in philosophy. Posts that attempt to proselytize or derail the discussion with an unrelated subject matter will not receive a response from...
by chasemillis4 years ago
Matter cannot be created or destroyed. Ok that's easy.So that means that the Universe has been around forever. That would be great, except there are no real world examples of infinity. If infinity is not a quality of...
by Bibowen6 years ago
Gottfried Wilhelm Leibniz (1646-1716) looked for a reasonable explanation for why anything exists at all. He said that God was that reasonable explanation. W.L Craig has formulated the Leibnizian argument this way:P(1)...
by Julie Grimes5 years ago
What are the requirements of God? I found that question rather intriguing. I, for one, really had to think long and hard to come up with some ideas of what requirements God must have in order to be a...
by Infinite7125 years ago
That is, how much matter do you think there is? Do you think that the universe is finite or infinite? Is there never ending "stuff" or a finite amount that's surrounded by absolutely nothing. I don't know what...
by thirdmillenium7 years ago
Have you read the whole Bible, not a cursory read but with an intention to grasp its intended meaning ( Doesn't matter whether you understood them all or not)
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