If God is unchanging, and He created us, wouldn't He always be creating?
In other words, wouldn't that mean that there's an infinite amount of creations and that there will be an infinite amount of beings in Heaven? He's unchanging, so why would He create once, then stop...Yes or no - what do you think? (probably can't answer this w/ yes or no, you can write a hub if you want)
I would argue that he IS always creating. Look at the births of animals and children as an example
you have to take time into consideration in this one. from my understandings 50,000 days on earth is approximately equal to 1 minute in the heavens.
so we don't see the creation even if it takes God just 1 second to make.
In OTHER words...............aren't you attempting to change GOD, rather than yourself?
Some have described God as "forever changing" which means he is changing all the time in the sense that is becoming "forever new" as opposed to someone who gets old but I guess most people don't believe that since they have already figured God out and have doctrines and interpretations describing and labeling Him. If God really is God, then he cannot be named or described by anyone because if you can name and describe someone fully it means you are greater than they are. I guess a lot of people believe they are greater than God these days.
We are not omniscient (sp?0 -- whose to say He isn't creating across the universe?
HE MUST CREATED HELL LOT OF WORLDS LIKE OUR EARTH WITH DIFFERENT CONDITIONS WHERE THEY CANNOT IMAGINE OR ATTEMPT TO COME AND MEET. AND HE MONITORS AND LAUGHS AT US GOING CRAZY OVER THE HYPOTHETICAL CONDITIONS UNDER WHICH WE ARE FIGHTING CRYING, LAUGHING, KILLING, EATING, AND RUNNING AND...........................
God's attributes are unchanging--that does not mean if he makes an ocean one day, he will make one every day at the same hour.
by chasemillis 7 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 anything in the Universe, how can it be a quality of the Universe? It doesn't...
by boyatdelhi 6 years ago
If God cannot change, then how can He become man?"
by bangambiki 11 years ago
I thought about that question and was stuck. I wanted to know how god came into being, I couldnt find an answer I am still puzzled and this is eating away my faith it is so absurd
by Ron Hooft 8 years ago
Many people say there lives have meaning because a god exists. If no god existed life would be meaningless. So I'd like theists to explain exactly what that added value is. Is there added value by being created by a god as opposed to being the result of a natural process? If you think so, what is...
by jerami 7 years ago
I read that question earlier and have been thinking about it while trying to go to sleep .... Well? Here I am ??? I was wondering what life would be like if it hadn't been? Had we not received knowledge we wouldn’t have anything to fear or anticipate. We enjoy the quest much...
by ptosis 8 years ago
If we are made in the image of God and we all have evil then wouldn't that mean that God has evil?
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