According to this page: http://bit.ly/10j5YgK, not only is the existence of God plausible but necessary. That can't be right, can it?
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Because of the BGV theorem.
If we use the BGV theorem for the universe, then so too must we use it for god. Why does one need a beginning but the other doesn't?
Because the universe began to exist 13.70 billion years ago.
Again, that age is just as far back as we can see. Something could have existed before it, or beyond our sight. Even if that was god, there is nothing to suggest he would be exempt from the BGV theorem.
Read the theorem for yourself and see how and why it cannot possibly apply to God.
The reason that it cannot apply to god is because he can't be measured (neither can Zeus or Voldemort). The theorem relies on time and movement of the universe to declare a beginning. It does not give any evidence what that beginning might be.