Is the Concept of God Fundamental or Figment of the Mind?

Alan J. Oliver


To be everywhere God would have to be nonlocal, which would allow the everywhere concept and it would also allow God to be eternal. On the other hand, all of that could be just a belief carried across time as a human tradition taught to children throughout the generations. So what we have here is a tradition about the concept of nonlocality packaged as a supreme being in very simple terms for consumption without question. All that is required is faith plus a universal acceptance of the need to teach them at a very young age.

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