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To say that God does exist is to say that we can prove God exists by describing some proof we have of this statement or at least a being with what we think some of the attributes of a God would be Since we cannot prove beyond reasonable doubt that God exists we have to infer certain things about how we came to be We can do this by using terms such as motion and causality These are terms that attempt to explain that for every action there must be a cause or chain of events In this case humans being the action and God being the cause Theory of motion says that in the world there are things in motion which were set to motion by objects other then themselves Furthermore for every effect there is a cause that preceded it and since there are no infinite causal chains there must be an entity that set the first moving object into motion This infers that the object to set everything in motion was GodSo God defined is a first cause in the chain of causes an absolutely necessary being and an absolutely perfect being The spiritual being of God is further defined as an entity outside of nature Can these attributes explain God as being the object to set the first being of nature in motion Some would say that there need not be an explanation for where God originated from or that if one insists that the world had a cause one must also insist that God had a cause This is like asking Who made the unmakable being or Who caused the uncausable being If we are to believe this argument we say that God is infinite and needed no creator but I think this is just a scapegoat to explain a flaw in this argument I think there should be an explanation for where God came from if there is
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