The beginning of the universe! for fun!
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Pro will explain the beliefs and I will ask more questions! Just for fun!
1st-The law of Conservation of mass
.The Law of Conservation of Mass states that matter can be changed from one form into another, mixtures can be separated or made, and pure substances can be decomposed, but the total amount of mass remains constant.
If the universe came from nothing our very universe would defy the very laws which it abides by. It leads us to an unfathomable conclusion that the pregnancy of nothing can produce something. This notion is non sense using this example.
Objectors to the view that nothing can come from nothing say so under the notion that we have never experienced nothingness so we can never truly have perspective of whether nothing comes from nothing. Let us define nothingness-"no thing; not anything; naught" provided by dictionary reference. Vacuums in space fit this definition because their is no matter. IN the billions of years of the universe's existence nothing has ever just popped out of no where and that is well documented. Our universe follows the same exact ex nihilo nihil fit. Out of nothing nothing comes.
2. Using this established logic most christian religious claims are corroborated. Revelation22:13 State's that "I am the Alpha and Omega" I representing God. These principles under the premise that the Universe existed from a dominant life form before us support religion in the fact the god is infinite, everlasting, and non spatio tempral.
Thank you for posting this and I am ready for questions
So then which is God? The explosion or the one who caused it? and regardless of who caused it then can they have intended to create life here on earth (and possibly other places) or was the creation an accident? Is god god if it was an accident? Is intent even a necessary component for god?
To answer your next question could God have intended to make life or was it an accident. God intended to create life and so did the explosion which was God. John 1:4-5 which immediately follows the earlier verse reads,"In him was life, and the life was the light of men. The light shines in the darkness, and the darkness has not overcome it." It was their nature to create look at the vastness of space and the many galaxies and solar systems. Many of which have not been discovered and many more are in the embryonic stages of life. Oh how our universe is so limitless! This fact corroborates the nature of God
I will clump your last two questions together. Intent has to be a facet of God. Accident can be defined as,"an unforeseen and unplanned event or circumstance" now this cannot be true of God because God says he is the beginning and end. Since the differences between beginning and end are as far apart as the east is from the west we have to assume that since God is apart of both events he must fill in all time in between. This means God is everlasting. To be everlasting you have to be infallible. If you make an accident you are fallible and ultimately human. If you are human you cannot be God.
Hope this answers some questions, and please ask some more.
This concludes the debate wonderful questions, very insightful and incredibly intriguing, had to think for this one.
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