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Does 'God' have any Physical or Chemical Properties?
I imagine that some common elements might be present... Carbon for example. But who knows. I am just guessing really. But carbon is found in all life.
Well since his existense cannot be proven or disproven, I would say no. Or rather, no not necessarily. It can't be measured, quantified, or observed.
Though the answer could very well be a yes if God is taken to be omnipotent and omniscient.
God does not naturally have physical properties, although He can manifest himself in physical form. For your answer, we must turn to the source of information about God, the Bible. John 4:24 tells us that God is a spirit. Therefore, he is made of 'spirit'.
On the same subject, humans exist as both body and spirit, together at the same time. This seams to violate the law of physics concerning two objects in the same place at the same time. However, spirit does not conform to the physical laws. Upon the death of a human body, the spirit leaves the body and goes to its eternal destination, either heaven of hell.
No. God is not something real. He is only a spirit that exists in our minds.
In my opinion, God is well beyond anything humans can comprehend.
Personally, I know that God exists; however, I have absolutely no idea what God is.
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