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You are falling into dualism's a priori logical quandary, as it assumes there was a 'first' cause, a beginning, a start. Second, your question is not logical, as to say that existence 'comes out of' non-existence is to say that the first cause is from that where there are no causes. Third, if it had a 'beginning' then logically it would have to have an end; ...


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Indeed, nothing inherently prohibits things from coming into existence ex nihilo. In physics we build mathematical models of the world. Any model that matches observations could be right, and we prefer models that are simpler, by Occam's razor. The models do not have to respect our naive notions of causality, or anything else; they may have closed timelike ...


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No, you straw man the arguments. This is the same lazy reasoning that Kraus makes. The naturalist equates the immaterial with nothing and then ask how can nothing create something, but the supernaturalist by his own worldview allows himself to think that the existence is possible beyond the physical realms. So yes, traditional concepts of deities are held to ...


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