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Rema Cruz wrote:

Hi, guys —

I would like to ask a question that really confuses me.

  • If God is uncreated and does not have a beginning could there be other uncreated Gods?

Your answer could be very much appreciated.


  { If God is uncreated and does not have a beginning could there be other uncreated Gods? }

Paul replied:

Hi, Rema —

That would be impossible.

God is an infinite and eternal Being from which all temporal beings exist.

He is Being Itself, the: I Am. As the fullness of Being there is no room for any other eternal beings to exist. Other than He Who Is, only temporal beings, that exist by virtue of creation, which participate in being as creature to Creator, can possibly exist.


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