Of course I'm repeating myself. I'm doing so because what I have stated is true. If you ask me the same questions with different wording then you are going to get an answer that I have already given you.
If the attribute one is acknowledging is only attributed to something that the person using that attribute claims is nothing more than fantasy then they are contradicting their belief that the god (or any other being / item they believe is fictional) possessing the attribute doesn't exist when they rely upon it to reason one of their own beliefs.
There really is no denying this as it makes zero sense for one to claim something does not exist only to then acknowledge its possible existance as a means of reasoning their own beliefs on something else that cannot be explained.
And another thing I've already stated, which apparently bears repeating, is that if a person clings to a certain belief that cannot be scientifically explained their belief in that thing becomes a matter of faith - unless it is something they witnessed with their own eyes that wasn't some sort of magic trick.
Regarding the universe's origins, however, it is obvious that no one witnessed its occurrence or it having always been.
These statements hold true time and time again.
Edited by Angel Left Wing, 01 August 2012 - 05:29 AM.