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No, you made up a claim and attributed it to me.
That's why I refer to you as a liar.
Let me try to unwind your little brain.
The two questions:(1) Does God exist?; and (2) Does the universe require a cause? are separate lines of inquiry.(1) is a question of deduction from evidence, or a conclusion that is implied.
(2) is a question of logic and metaphysical necessity. It is necessary that the universe is caused.
They do if your opinion re God is to have any relevance whatsoever. Otherwise if God is dismissed as unverifiable belief then you propose a definite cause of the universe. Leading us back to an infinite series of causes which you claim isn't possible, or an uncaused cause which you deny us but allow for yourself.I believe that God exists, but it is certain that the universe requires causation. One statement does not depend on the other.
Since you have clarified your baseless religious opinions a couple of posts previous to this one, I now retract my statement that the invisible magic wizard is Jewish. It is now in your case the non-denominational invisible magic wizard.Further, even if I made the claim "God caused the universe to begin to exist", your former claim would still be a lie. You specifically characterized my conception of "God" was the Jewish magical god, and that I claimed that specific being created the universe.
So, you are a liar either way.
And you *still* in no way appear out of place in a Village People video.Welcome to Buck School, Dud.
Have a seat in the back next to Polymouth. He's the one eating the infinite length donut.