- Sep 20, 2022
- 1d 8h 12m
Currently, I'm only 100% certain 5 of the characteristics of the cause of the universe (God) based on the Kalam Cosmological Argument: He's spaceless, timeless, immaterial, personal and powerful enough to bring the universe into existence in such detailed manner that allows us to exist.View attachment 676963
let's have a conversation/discussion with these rules in mind. i would like to learn about your beliefs & opinions. can you please take the time out to explain to me what is this idea of god/creator of the universe to you?
i'm agnostic, open to the idea of a greater higher being, a creator, but i reject the traditional concepts of religion like christianity, islam, etc because their historical origins, beliefs, and values are deeply rooted in logical fallacies & contradictions. could you share some beliefs you have about your idea of god? i think that would be a good starting conversation to build ideas from.
The ontological argument seems to suggest that He's also omnibenevolent, omniscient, omnipotent and a one-of-a-kind, but I still have to look into it.
Based on the Bible, I know that God is a triune being.