To assume that someone, or something created energy is a logical error. It is also possible that it was always there, just in a different form. Remember what happens when you ass-u-me?
Is it not logical when one finds a structure to assume someone built it, is it not the same logic when one finds structure in nature and existence for that matter. Science is based on assumptions of observed phenomena (existence counts as a phenomenon correct?).
Also If time exists how can anything have 'always' been there?
I'm glad you admit that your religion is man made. We don't have to show you how your gods omniscience is illogical and your holy book contradictory and morally bankrupt.
I do not have a religion I simply believe in the existence of God, Jesus, and Holy Spirit
Your definition of supernatural is wrong. Supernatural events are events outside the realm of natural law or phenomenon. Extra dimensions do not fit into this category. You are also wrong about the number of observed dimensions. There are four. Three spatial dimensions and time. You should take a modern physics course.
I would disagree. I hypothesize that what is commonly referred to as 'supernatural' is actually higher dimensions existing in and above natural law and phenomenon. People assume that the supernatural referrs to anything outside natural law because things in the supernatural appear to break natural law, emphasis on 'appear' many things in natural law appeared to break other natural law until a higher natural law was found; such as the mystery of how protons in atomic nuclei stay together, it was mystery until strong nuclear force was discovered.
I wont argue on what modern physics defines as dimensions except to say that dimension refers directions in space. Physics may consist of natural law but a physics course costs lots of arbitrary currency!
I don't understand this. What observations make your specific god obvious?
Let me rephrase to clear up any confusion. I believe in a creator
because of observations in nature. I believe in the God of the Bible through personal experience with that God and blind faith.
Is not existence a good enough observation to warrant the assumption of a creator? not to mention the structure of atom, DNA strand, or solar system.
I assume that because structure on Earth does not simply happen out of nothing that also structure in the universe and the universe itself does not occur out nothing.
I can't wait to see your evidence that god exists.
If no creator then how does existence occur? As far as real science goes people who believe in a creator have a more comprehensive view on the universe than modern science because the theory of a creator has yet to find its equal or at least a equal that makes logical sense.
Please use your logic and tell me how the universe exists.
(Evolution does not count not only does it not explain existence as whole but it also cannot describe life on earth logically; only by faith can I believe in evolution)
we can move on to which specific religion he created.
By the definition of religion man created it not God.