4:10 where did the designer come from? God didn't come from anywhere he always existed and he always will exist. He's eternal.This is the common apologetic response to the question pertaining to how "God" is assumed to be a logical escape from the infinite regress of causation. It is the alleged answer to why the "creator" does not need to be "created": he doesn't need to be caused, created, designed, etc. He just always was. Existence itself, for whatever reason, is not permitted to have this same eternal, causeless status in a theist's argument. But wait...we delve deeper into bullshit...
It has been scientifically proven that "Something" always existed because we exist.I do not know what kind of science he is going on about, but I don't recall hearing about anyone firmly establishing the evidential basis for saying that "'Something' always existed." It is more of the realm of philosophy where such claims would be made, but in science, the full verdict on origins is still unclear.
That something is God.For a non-dogmatic, functionally useless definition of "God", I'm sure it could be. Otherwise, you just took a hell of a leap, just like the millions to have used this argument before you.
Listen we are mortal human beings trying to understand an infinite God. Its impossible to completely understand Him.And thus, AhmadJohnson unloaded his revolver into his good friend, Theology. It is also funny how it is only hard to "understand" God when someone is criticizing the religious conception of him. When it comes to the positive claims made by religious doctrine pertaining to his nature, who cares about the limits of human comprehension, right? God is perfectly comprehendable, down to the smallest detail, as long as you are not one of them naysayers...
its like trying to fit the ocean in an 8 oz glass. Im going to finish with this we don't even know 1% of all there is to know in the universe.Sure. Whatever. We don't know everything about the universe. We can't map the furthest galaxies from us, we don't know how to walk into an atom, we can't make biological life out of graphite and a splash of bog water, and we don't know how many angels can dance on the head of the pin. But, all in all, we collectively know a hell of a lot about the things directly pertinent to ourselves. The fact that we don't know have absolute knowledge of everything in the universe doesn't have any bearing on the existence of God. Unless you are suggesting that God is actually a physical being in outer space, in which case...well...I don't really know.
So in that other 99% God exists.Wow. I was right. So there we have it: God is an alien.
All hail Xenu.