***You do know what infinite means, don't you? ***
I know exactly what it means. It means it has no beginning and no ending, and therefore it is something that came from nothing, which is exactly what you are claiming is impossible.
So, yet again, did God come from nothing?
If so, how can that be? Because, as you said, something cannot come from nothing.
If not, then he must have come from something else. And where did that something else come from?
***Oh, the pain. ***
Maybe try some Motrin or something. Most people can engage in these kinds of discussions without suffering a breakdown. You seem really fragile.
Isn't pride one of the 7 deadly sins? Aren't kindness and humility 2 of the 7 holy virtues? It just seems that those who blatantly profess their belief in Christianity are so often the most unchristlike people around.
The way you express yourself is meant to convey that you know so much more than others. The plain truth is that you do not.
How do I sound arrogant? I'm admitting that mankind doesn't, and possibly can't, know everything. That doesn't mean there has to be something out there that does.
<The point that I was arguing was that science cannot show that something can come from nothing. Get with it.>
And there it is. The ULTIMATE argument from ignorance. Nobody can tell me otherwise, therefore God. And science doesn't argue that something can come from nothing, at least not the nothing that theists like to refer to.
***Come on, get with the program. If something has no beginning, then it always was.***
Then where did it come from? You said something can't come from nothing.
*** I was replying to 69 who believes that science can prove anything.***
I've never said any such thing. Stop putting words in my mouth. You don't like it when it's done to you.
***You are going around in circles. INFINITE. ***
No, I'm attempting to demonstrate that YOU'RE using circular reasoning. YOU said something can't come from nothing. Then YOU said your god, which is something, came from nothing, because it is infinite and was "always there."
So either something CAN come from nothing, like your infinite god and the universe we live in, or something CAN'T come from nothing, in which case your god HAD to have had a creator, which had a creator, which had a creator.... ad absurdum.
So, which is it? If you insist that it's both, then it is YOU who is going around in circles.