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Is God Omnipotent, Omnipresent & Omniscient, but not immediately apparent because He is Existent in another Dimension of Reality.?

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Well, if don't care about the validity of your beliefs then go right ahead and believe that.

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That sounds reasonable to me.

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BTW, thank you for calling me sick and sad in another question. I really didn't appreciate it.
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That is very well put. It is what I believe, except I believe He exists right here and now, we just can't see him because our eyes are blind to what is real. I call it the "Adam dream."

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No, because He is reality itself. He is too much apparent to be noticed(This needs a lot of debate to be understood). Like some people came to doubt whether they existed, or whether reality existed!

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Wow... You have even assigned a sexual gender to God. How do you know that God is a man?
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How do you work that out?
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o O.o
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HE usually denotes a male... as SHE usually denote female. It wasnt hard.
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You need to increase your knowledge of language, but I can refer ti HIM with 'it', it being an existence.
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What kind of question is that dude? You know we Christians pray to the heavenly father so I'm not going to explain to a non believer as to why we think god is a man. Our proof is our faith and it's proof enough for us. I could care less if it's not proof enough to you
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kevincranston, and remember that dimension has been itself created by God. So, he's not in any of the dimensions.
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Well, it wouldn't technically be omnipresent then, would it? And since that trait is an agreed upon requirement for a 'god', it then couldn't qualify as omnipotent, could it? And if that's so, it certainly couldn't be omniscient. This would mean, your god of absence is no god at all, or nonexistent.

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Very good points indeed.
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I Beg to Differ: God is Omnipresent, for the simple reason He Transcends all things; meaning He is ever-present, but - IN A DIMENSION OF REALITY - that Your Senses are incapable of comprehending. . . . and therefore You conclude He does not Exist. . . . . . As with a Gold-Fish in a Bowl . . . The Only Time the Goldfish is aware there Exists a Higher Power than itself . . . is when that Higher Power [ ie: The Owner of the Goldfish ] Sprinkles a Little Fish-Food into its Sphere of Existence. . . . If the Owner of the Gold Fish Stops the Food Supply . . . The Gold Fish will Die . . . . Oblivious to the Cause of its Own Demise..
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Perceptual evidence would be apparent to all senses were it truly omnispresent. Everywhere. all at once. And it wouldn't by definition be able to hide in an alternate dimension. That would be a contradiction in terms.
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I agree with M360 comment. I see him in everyday life

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God exists in all dimensions, but unable to be seen by us because we are imperfect mortals & can not look upon the radiance of the Almightys face without instant blindness or even death. It is for our sake that God does not show himself yet. All in good timing, my friend.

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Exciting to say the least :)
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Omg, its a great thing to focus on, the coming future world. :-)
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I know!! This is what fuels me :)
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I was thinking on this today at work, that's where I've lost most focus, I need to look forward, to a time past this world.
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My friend, I see it too.
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Then eternity is to be our focus. have we got a deal?
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Beautifully well said ShayJay
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Thx Monte.
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We can't see him because we invented him. Or our ancestors did and we continue to believe the fantasy.

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What do you mean not apparent? You mean YOU don't feel Him right? He us very apparent to me!
Maybe if you got real and asked Christ into your life you'd gain some wisdom about you along with understanding and you'd feel Him too.
That is, instead of asking questions to start trouble or trolling my answers and spewing insults.
God gave me a good memory also....

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I view God as the weaver of time and space. He stands apart from time an space, and weaves the fabric of space-time from beginning (big bang) to end. He is not the cloth (time and space) and therefore causality is not part of his condition. However he sees the whole of the cloth (omniscience) and is able to touch the cloth at any point (omnipresence, eternality) as he wishes.
Physicists say that, in order for the math of cosmology to work, there must be at least 11 dimensions, of which we can perceive only 3 and posit a fourth. If you were a thread on the woven bolt of cloth, you could not see the end of the cloth, you could only see what is in your immediate context; you lack perspective. But if you are outside time and space, outside causality and material nature, you have a dimension or more that helps you understand reality on a different plane (omniscience). So, as the bolt of cloth sees not the weaver but only the weave, God dwells in deep darkness and obscurity. Yet by His patterns and his cloth, he is known as a master weaver.

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Well said words Mr Shinypate
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