If God didn't create everything, who did?

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This argument is a result of a theist not being able to imagine that it was not in fact, a being that made the universe. The theist supposes that it was definitely a being that made the universe, when it may not have been. It is a fallacy that they are supposing that it could only have been a being and can be classified as a false dichotomy as a result.
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This argument is a result of a [[theist]] not being able to imagine that it was not in fact, a being that made the universe. The theist supposes that it was definitely a being that made the universe, when it may not have been. It is a fallacy that they are supposing that it could only have been a being and can be classified as a [[false dichotomy]] as a result.
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It is important to realise that with a false dichotomy, the possibility of none of the above should be considered.

Revision as of 02:00, 13 June 2010

This argument is a result of a theist not being able to imagine that it was not in fact, a being that made the universe. The theist supposes that it was definitely a being that made the universe, when it may not have been. It is a fallacy that they are supposing that it could only have been a being and can be classified as a false dichotomy as a result.

It is important to realise that with a false dichotomy, the possibility of none of the above should be considered.

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