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If anything 'exists' it occupies a space, even air does. So where is God?

  1. sen.sush23 profile image61
    sen.sush23posted 6 years ago

    If anything 'exists' it occupies a space, even air does. So where is God?

    We have been to the outer limits of the universe, to the depths of oceans and canyons. We have left no space where heaven or hell can be.

  2. tsadjatko profile image67
    tsadjatkoposted 6 years ago

    You need to read the Bible - It clearly explains that God created time and space and that God (and heaven) is outside of his creation. God was not created but is infinite with no beginning or end - you can not assign our finite world to an infinite God, Besides that you are extremely naive if you think "we" have been to the outer limits of the universe - maybe  you need to stop watching star trek and reading comic books.

  3. Darrell Roberts profile image69
    Darrell Robertsposted 6 years ago

    God as the omnipresent spiritual being is everywhere including in the tiny atom and air particules.  God as a person lives in the spritual realm in a place called Goloka Vrndavan.

    Best wishes.

  4. rLcasaLme profile image74
    rLcasaLmeposted 6 years ago

    God does occupy the space in my heart.

  5. wilmiers77 profile image60
    wilmiers77posted 6 years ago

    Bodies occupy space; their dynamics create time. God is a Spirit.

  6. M. T. Dremer profile image96
    M. T. Dremerposted 6 years ago

    Well, we haven't really been to the outer limits of the universe. We haven't even been to the outer limits of our own galaxy. Our sun and the planets are just one dot among that spiral of lights and that spiral of lights is just one dot among billions of galaxies in the universe. And, I'm pretty sure there is still stuff about our own ocean that we don't know. But, even if we did explore all that stuff, we probably still wouldn't find a heaven or a hell, at least not as they're described in most religious mythologies. It isn't so much that there isn't space for them, or that similar things don't exist (I'm sure there are paradise planets and hellish planets) it's just that none have any sort of connection to a deity. Unless your definition of god is less about a supreme being and more about energy and the universe.

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    Teri Heltonposted 6 years ago

    In the space between spaces; in the silence between the notes:

  8. Dubuquedogtrainer profile image59
    Dubuquedogtrainerposted 5 years ago

    God is spirit and is everywhere. He is outside of the realm of time and space as we humans know it. God's ways are not all within human understanding. God is the Scientist; we are merely discoverers of His science.

  9. Attikos profile image79
    Attikosposted 5 years ago

    Philosophers generally agree that universals (blueness, for example) exist.  They do not occupy space, nor are they limited by time. If that is true, then your basic premise is untrue, and any argument based on it is likewise untrue.