I get questions all the time about Religion, because of my Atheist Channel posts. And I think there are some good points to bring up here, so i'll post the interesting one if anyone cares.
Can ‘Something come from Nothing’? Doesn't that violate The First Law of Thermodynamics?
- Why is inserting a magical God while providing literally no evidence for it more logical to you then believing that something can come from nothing? And even if there was something before the universe, who is anyone to say that it is a being that cares for you personally, or even has the capacity to do so. I find it funny that you bring up a Law of physics to try and prove your point also. Because being a Christian, you of course believe in the miracles God performed, and the ones Jesus performed while he was on earth. (Even though they are apparently the same person.) So when the argument is for religion, then sure, go ahead and disregard the laws of physics and split an ocean in two or commence a storm. Yet if the argument refutes God, you reference one of the the laws of physics in your "Something can't come from nothing theory,"(quite a bad one) but you so graciously let physics be suspended when a miracle needs to be performed by your God.