Are you saying what I call energy is not energy? I have no idea why you feel a complex god is more plausible than energy always existing. You have yet to tell us why you feel the idea I said and science mostly agrees with is implausible. I guess you feel scientists are all stupid and you are smarter than all of them. I will go with the plausibility science deduces, and you can go with the plausibility of ancient men's superstitions.<quoted text>
Everything you said was wrong ,This is what you posted
"Well you can call energy god, and you can call a car a god, but neither are really gods.
Again you insist something must create something, yet refuse to think a god needs creating. It is a double standard you cannot run from."
I never called energy God and I never called a car God, that is a strawman argument.
And I followed that with a list of questions which you did not address ,other that to offer the
excuse that you now think that energy may well be eternal and needs no creator...
That is a double standard out of conveneince that you are using....
Fac tis that;
Energy can not be created by natural means , therefore it either was created by supernatural means, an issue that yoiu certainly will not address or , you now have to fall back on and argument that contradicts your former views , energy may well be eternal and needs no creator..But you are always asking , Who created God?
And like once before , I make the following claim.
What you call energy is what I call God.
However,there is a big difference, I believe My God is alive,conscious and intelligent and able to create.
Your" energy" does not posses any of those properties and can only be converted into matter.
I say that my explanation does not prove God's existence, as I have never claimed that I could prove God's existence, but it is ceretainly more pausible than your explanation or lack off....
Deal with the questions I asked ,and stop making up irrelevant excuses that do not deal with the topic in question.....
If you want to now rethink your position and claim that energy could possibly be eternal, what is the basis for your changing your mind?
If you think that energy may well be eternal, then why would it not be possible for God to be eterenal? As one can see,but you will not admit, you are using the double standard that you are so frequently so fond of accusing others off.
BTW, I have no idea what questions I did not address.