- May 11, 2009
Everybody came from something, be it a womb or egg or through other means. If God does indeed exists where did he come from?
Do you honestly think theirs a rational and logical satisfying answer to this question that theists have been keeping secret?Everybody came from something, be it a womb or egg or through other means. If God does indeed exists where did he come from?
But cause and effect are bound by space and time. We talk about what, where and when the cause happens, and the same with the effect. But if the big bang created both space and time, then how could there have been cause and effect before this? Therefore could the law of nothing from nothing only exist in a space-time, cause-effect based universe of our understanding?
Yeah, but this is what you're doing:
It is "from nothing, nothing comes". Things can come from nothing via creation.
"space" and "time" exist within the universe. Outside of the universe, they may not exist at all - so there may be no concept of time, or space. In this context, something doesn't need to have come from something else before it (there is no "before"). It just existed. This doesn't fit with our understanding of the universe, which some of us use to try and rationalize things.Everybody came from something, be it a womb or egg or through other means. If God does indeed exists where did he come from?
We have the ability, if we choose to use it is another thing altogether of course.Just another one of those things that we as humans don't have the ability to understand with our minds...