Is it possible to prove that God does not exist
Yeshua said that Satan had been a murderer from "the beginning," yet Ezekiel was inspired to write that Satan had been perfect in his ways from the time he was created until iniquity was found in him. The "beginning" spoken of by Messiah in John 8:44 was clearly sometime after Satan's creation. Yeshua's statement obviously does not mean that Satan has "eternally co-existed" with God; therefore, the phrase the "beginning" cannot be taken to signify eternal existence, which only God has.
Argumentative essay on existence of god
In this essay we have seen that the Qur’an provides an intuitive and powerful argument for God’s existence. Since the universe is finite, it had a beginning. If it began, then it can be explained as coming from nothing, creating itself, being ultimately created by something created or being created by something uncreated. The rational answer is that it the universe was brought into being by an uncreated creator who is transcendent, knowing, powerful and has a will. This creator must also be uniquely one, which has been discussed in another essay.
According to , the word "gods" which Yeshua used in John 10:35 to refer to the angelic "sons of God" is the Greek , a plural form of the same word used in John 1:1 to describe the Word. As previously discussed, Yeshua here is associating himself with the "sons of God" that govern the world as part of the . But that obviously does not mean these angelic rulers have existed for eternity with God. Likewise, John 1:1 should not be taken to mean that Yeshua the Messiah has eternally co-existed with the Father, who is greater than all (John 10:29). Too many Scriptures show otherwise.