OK, I’m not anonymous any more.
Welcome Daniel. I think you might be the first real member that wasn’t a second account of another member this year. Ignoring Anonymous Ali’s original question, I rather comment on your response instead, because it is interesting.
If a universe in which a “maximal” being exists is no different than one in which it doesn’t, what can existence possibly even mean in this context?
Now, when people attribute all these assumptions about God, especially the all powerful part, it seems to me that God created existence, the universe and everything. God is here before God created and God is still here and will be here. Now why the “If” scenario when religious people already made the assumption that God indeed created the universe? To them, your “question” can only be even considered if they deny that God created the universe.
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