Christians and non-Christians, I had a discussion with a frien
about theism and here is what he said. I am not asking you to give me arguments or anything (feel free) but rather tell me if some of what he is saying is true
The universe is the outcome of an infinite void, one of nothingness, with the exception of several basic components of nature, including a few elements and temperature. When this void was in an extremely hot state, it cooled...expanding infinitely ...within that infinity, the elements which existed, consisting of at least the most basic of properties, combined- forming particles...that void, or nothingness, still reigns over all. Those elements, in gas form, grouped into clouds...combined with gravity etc formed stars, and the particles planets. That void remains Purposeless and infinite. My mind is still open, but I've realize that it's not particularly when it comes to "god" as a creator. If a supernatural force, one that humans can neither conceptualize nor understand without seeing or definitely knowing, were to exist I could handle that. Not as a creator though...everything doesn't have a cause. Matter was/is created out of completely random and uncontrollable factors. I still stand by my previous point, if you recall, of humans needing a sustenant form of control/order, to help them fill their life with something. Something to ease them and keep them occupied from the feeling of being causeless. God is that sustenance, one that I still don't find asylum in
Again, just asking what you think of this?
outcome of an infinite void, one of nothingness, with the exception of several basic components of nature
DanZ11 wrote: I see. Besides the nothingness confusion, is that persons science wrong?