I de to store monoteistiske religioner er der en grundlæggende ide om at der eksistere en skabning der har skabt alting. Men er sådan noget muligt. I den nedenstående video bliver der sat fokus på et kompleks omkring skabelse og tid. Således kan ingen skabe noget uden først at skabe tid. Der ligger således iboende i forestillingen om et skabervæsen af alting et logisk problem mellem skabelse og tid. God fornøjelse:
People seem to think that it is impossible to disprove God. Part of this is due to the fact that God is sometimes defined differently by different people, therefore I will use the most basic quality that most people attribute God’s underlying nature, which is that god is the creator of all things.
So then it would suffice to disprove a creator, in which case we would need to understand what creation means. The dictionary defines creation as the act of producing or causing to exist. With respect to religion, it is defined as the original bringing into existence of the universe by God
This is the same as the first definition so it will be adequate to use the former, since it is more general. Let us begin to dissect the definition, but first I will define God as the creator of everything except himself. Therefore he is the fundamental cause for all things besides himself.
The definition of creation is the act of producing or causing to exist. This means at some point in time nothing existed. But wait, time didn’t exist either since God hadn’t created it. So we must throw away the whole concept of time and space, if we are to get at the crux of creation.
If we throw away time, we have to throw away words like before and after too, since these, in this context, are words involved with time. So what does this supposed divine creation really mean?
If one took the position of a divine creator, then you would also have to assume that the creator created everything essentially instantaneously, since there is no time, there is no time duration. Lack of time duration is instantaneous.
was there ever a time when there was nothing besides god? Well within the question you would be assuming time existed along with god.
In this case, time would be a fundamental property of existence, without the creator demanding it to be so, therefore not being the fundamental cause for everything besides himself.
I am not assuming you need time to exist. I am stating that to go from one state to another, time is certainly required. The act of creation requires time since it is going from one state to another, that is nonexistence, to existence.
You might be saying, nonexistence is not a state, but a lack of every state. However, for the case of a creator, there is no complete nonexistence. There would be the state in which it is just the creator, and then the state with the creator and everything else.
So for a creator to create anything, this being would need to first create time. But any attempt to create anything would be impossible unless time existed. If time existed without needing to be created, then whatever may have created anything else is not the fundamental reason for everything.
Thus, any divine creator of everything is impossible. Since God is defined as the divine creator of everything, there is no God. However, if you want to define God as existence itself or something of the like, then surely existence exists.
You can see that any other attempt to bring a God into the picture is simply a matter of language and terminology. To account for how we see things seemingly created everyday is a matter of illusion, I will get into this further in other videos.
Thank you for viewing, I am open to any arguments against mine. I just hope that logic will play an important role in your perspective. Logic will lead us to truth more aptly than faith. This will be another video topic, since some people seem to think the reverse.