Primordial energy is the stuff of which all beings are made; it exists on its own and does not need God to exist.

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Parent debateThis argument is used in the debate Does God exist?.
Argument againstThis argument is an objection to God is the cause of the existence of beings.
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From the very beginning of the universe, there has been a primordial energy, which needs no "something" to have posited or created it. This energy is always-already there, and it is this energy that, through its transformations, makes up all the elements - particles, planets, micro and macroscopic objects. There's no need to look elsewhere for a cause of being.



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  • Argument againstAtheism posits a primordial energy whose origin it can never explain.
  • Argument againstPrimordial energy is limited, so it can't be the cause of everything.

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