Description of God

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Stephanie Warner PHL 101 A Butzer 8 February 2007 Description of God God is a being unlike any other being. God is eternal. He is not limited to time or space. He goes on forever and is everlasting. He has no beginning and no end. He has not sense of past, present, and future, just eternity. He is ceaseless and endless. God is unchanging. Throughout eternity he stays the same. He is never different, altered or modified. God is perfect in everyway. He is excellent and complete beyond practically or theoretical improvement. Every individual strives to have certain attributes and virtues, but no human being is able to obtain those virtues, because if they were able to then they would be God. He is absolute. Meaning He is free from imperfection. He has no flaw and no limitations. God has no restrictions. He is independent and ultimate. By ultimate, this means He is the highest of all things. He is the maximum, no one is above him. God is omnipotent. Having all power and more power than anyone could ever
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This essay was uploaded on 04/15/2008 for the course PHL 101 taught by Professor Moemyer during the Spring '07 term at Miami University.

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