Sunday, 21 October 2012

If matter is eternal does that preclude the need for a creator?

If matter is eternal then doesn't that preclude the need for a creator? Doesn't it instead sort of hint at a pantheistic Einsteinian (or materialist souped up with a poetic style) sort of God. Especially since the lost Gospels suggest this?
Response: The evidence (as opposed to speculation) is that there was a Big Bang.

But as St Augustine realised, even if matter has always existed there is still the question of what causes it to exist.

The “lost” gospels are late inventions, not genuine records.

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