The Logic of a Creator by BorogoveLM

(Part 10) If a god who is the creator of time cannot exist, then any existing god cannot be the creator of all things. (By BorogoveLM FemaleGold MedalGold TrophySuper StarDiamondBronze Crown 5 years ago)

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BorogoveLM says This is the end. The previous parts should be posted soon.
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    4 years ago
    ico +1
    you phrased this awkwardly
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    5 years ago
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    Heather FemaleGold MedalSuper Star from Georgia, United States
    False. If a god who is the creater of time cannot exists then time itself cannot exist as it has to be created, therefore making any existing god the creator of all things be it that "all" doesn't include time. Now if there could be a god but only one who did not create all things, as they are limited by not being able to create time, then that would mean that time itself would have to exist on its own, but that couldn't work because time has to be created. If time couldn't be created then the existing god could be the creator of all things, escaping the limitations of creating time.
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    5 years ago
    ico +2
    Why does time have to be created?

(Part 9) If the definition of god is impossible and something with an impossible definition cannot exist, then god cannot exist. (By BorogoveLM FemaleGold MedalGold TrophySuper StarDiamondBronze Crown 5 years ago)

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(Part 8) Something with an impossible definition cannot exist. (By BorogoveLM FemaleGold MedalGold TrophySuper StarDiamondBronze Crown 5 years ago)

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(Part 7) If the creation of time is impossible and god is the creator of time, then the definition of god is impossible. (By BorogoveLM FemaleGold MedalGold TrophySuper StarDiamondBronze Crown 5 years ago)

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(Part 6) It is impossible for time to precede the creation of time. (By BorogoveLM FemaleGold MedalGold TrophySuper StarDiamondBronze Crown 5 years ago)

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(Part 5) If creation is a causal event and causation implies time, then time precedes the creation of time. (By BorogoveLM FemaleGold MedalGold TrophySuper StarDiamondBronze Crown 5 years ago)

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(Part 4) Causation implies time. (By BorogoveLM FemaleGold MedalGold TrophySuper StarDiamondBronze Crown 5 years ago)

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(Part 3) Creation is a causal event. (By BorogoveLM FemaleGold MedalGold TrophySuper StarDiamondBronze Crown 5 years ago)

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(Part 2) If God is the creator of all things, then he is the creator of time. (By BorogoveLM FemaleGold MedalGold TrophySuper StarDiamondBronze Crown 5 years ago)

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(Part 1) God is, by definition, the creator of all things. (By BorogoveLM FemaleGold MedalGold TrophySuper StarDiamondBronze Crown 5 years ago)

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