Are gods like "invisible dragons in the garage"?
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12th March 2020, 07:01 AM
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Originally Posted by
L'Advoquette de la Deville:
A being that created time and space would not logically be bound by it, or be found within it. It would be beyond both.
The garage, of course is a small area fully bound and searchable. What is the comparable search area for a being that created the entirety of the universe? Have you searched it?
The garage argument is certainly straw, ascribing local boundaries of the search to the area created by it's creator, who probably wouldn't be there. If I bake a cake, you wouldn't look for me inside the ******* cake.
It's only straw if you misunderstand or misconstrue the scope of the analogy.
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