Sunday, December 5, 2010

L 5.28

On p. 90, Loftus attempts to create a flaw in the Christian conception of existence by saying it’s possible for a multiverse to exist or for something to come from nothing outside of the laws of our universe. Aside from the fact that there is absolutely no proof of this idea whatsoever, all this does is push the question back one step. Why is there a multiverse instead of nothing? If there is a law outside our universe that does permit something to come from nothing, why does it exist? How did it come into being? The ultimate question always remains no matter what scenario is being conjured up. Those types of theories are all contingent so the necessary remains. What is the necessary creative force behind it all? This is the boundary at which the non-theist worldview comes to an end and is unable to comment any further.

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