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  1. […] Existence cannot have a creator. A creator, by definition, is a being who already exists before creating something else. If the universe had a creator, this creator would already exist prior to the creation of the universe, and while this creator would be responsible for the creation of the universe, it would could not be responsible for the creation of existence. I cover this point in more detail in Must We Presuppose God to Account for Existence? […]

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