Jackel, in all your posts I still have no clue what you're talking about. Why is it so hard to understand that a non-material entity does not require the rules of material entities to justify its existence? The only thing you do as ramble about "nothing" followed by childish lol's.
I get that you take materialism for granted but you have in no way shown that to be the most reasonable default position, and yet you refuse to work under any other frame of reference. It's tiresome.
Like I said to synthesize his "argumentation" thus far on this board is as follows: "LOL! Incorrect! LOL! Incorrect! A bunch of psuedo-intellectual babble that tries to be so convoluted in order to stump the opposition and freely throwing out links with no quotations from any of these sources."
There was a post here made by Dart against TtC, but I think it's fitting for this discussion:
"It is like he is building this huge Rube Goldberg machine of reason and logic to try and explain God's love, God's creation, and God's energies warming his heart like the sun shining on a beach. As we lay on the beach enjoying the rays of God's love, he is running around trying to build a wall of sand to keep the ocean tide away. We just can't help to laugh as he tries to use his little shovel so desperately
God's creation is so wonderful that he makes many things for us to laugh, enjoy, and marvel at. It really is not that hard to let God love you. The hard part is loving back and realizing how little we have to offer in return.
Keep digging! You'll find God no matter where you look. He is everywhere."