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That's mostly fallacious appeals to personal incredulity but that wasn't what I was asking you. You said "violates science". I wondered what you thought that meant.Pahu wrote:The universe cannot be infinitely old or all useable energy would have been lost already (entropy). This has not occurred. Therefore, the universe is not infinitely old. Therefore, the universe had a beginning and before that beginning there was nothing. Something cannot come from nothing by any natural cause but since evolutionism is a philosophy of materialism, it has to claim the universe came from nothing by some natural cause, which contradicts the facts of science.Alan H wrote:What does that mean?Pahu wrote:If the universe had no beginning, then it is eternal, which violates science.
Something cannot bring itself into existence. Therefore, something brought it into existence. What brought the universe into existence? It would have to be greater than the universe and be a sufficient cause to it.
All things that came into existence were caused to exist. Therefore, logically, there must be a single uncaused cause that has always existed. That uncaused cause is God.
But I hope you haven't forgotten these?
http://www.thinkhumanism.com/phpBB3/vie ... 56#p188456
http://www.thinkhumanism.com/phpBB3/vie ... 60#p188460
It really would help if you could go back and focus on the basic questions before getting embroiled in further minutiae.