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    God Logic: Can The Existence Of God Be Proven Logically?

    God Logic
    I always found it fascinating when reading the parts in the Bible where God spoke about himself.
    From my recollection I know of no other Deity's self description from any other Religion with such
    clearly defined quantities and states of being.

    God's claim is that he is:
    1) One
    2) Infinite
    3) Outside Of Dimension
    4) Of which There Is No Other ie. He is the Only One

    These 4 foundational points, has always blown my mind.

    So I think it was about 7 years ago, when I considered to apply deep thought, to try to logically prove the existence of God,
    that can be easily understood by the average Scientist, Student or Layman.
    This is what I come up with:

    1. According to the Law of Symmetry the Universe is Asymmetrical (Proven)
    2. According to Asymmetry There must Be a State of Non Dimension
    3. Non Dimension would Over Ride, Lead or be in Control of Dimension and be:
    a) Self aware
    b) Singular
    c) Infinite
    d) The Only One!

    Seven Simple Steps!

    PS I hope you liked that. I don't know of any other Academically contrived construct that comes close.
    Evidently Euler devised a formula upon request to put the Atheist's at Bay, however I haven't as yet
    been able to find it, let alone Ever to be able to Understand it. But if Someone here does, please
    post it here: which will force me to once and for all study Calculus and Pure Math!
    A GOOD Thing.


    Mick
    Last edited by Mad Mick; 09-30-2019 at 12:48 PM. Reason: Font size
    So were you worth it?
    Seriously think about it . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . were you worth dying on the cross for?

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