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Articles by Edward Jerome Gordon



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The Veridican Argument for the Existence of God

The first thing you must do is define what God is, because if you go looking for a false notion of God, you won't find it. A false-God truly does not exist, so there is no proof of it.

One must get past the belief of (and the need for) a God that is like a human figure of a man sitting on a large throne in an astral place called heaven. Certainly, God could appear that way in a "vision" but that vision would be completely subjective to the one having it--just like a burning bush was to Moses (presumably).

For this argument, it is assumed that God is a monistic entity. That means He is the only thing that is real and all other things that seem to exist are modalities of his substance. Do not confuse this with pantheism. Pantheism states that God is the universe. Monism states that the universe comes from the substance of God. Monistically speaking, the universe is God, but God is not just the universe. God is that which is the only real thing that exists, that has ever existed, that will always exist.

Secondly, don't go looking for a physical sign of God's existence. It doesn't work that way. If God exists as the monistic entity, then God necessarily is of a higher order of existence than the physical world--thus proof is going to have to be of a higher order, because the "physical" proof of God is, after all, the entire physical universe. To ask for physical proof of God is like standing in a hundred acres of trees and asking for proof of the forest.

The next step is to move your thoughts to that higher order of thinking. Contemplate "nothingness." By that I mean true nothingness. Imagine nothing exists--not even you as the imaginer of it. This can't be done ordinarily, of course, which is why you must use higher thought to envision it, like when we try to imagine a fourth dimension or space-time. Chances are, as you contemplate it, you will only glimpse it in your mind. But that will be enough to follow this argument.


Axiom #1: Nothingness is an eternal state.

If there is a state of nothingness, there will always be and has always been a state of nothingness. To imagine something popping into existence from nothingness requires "magical thinking," which isn't rational, but even if it were rational, then true nothingness would not have existed in the first place--there would have always been the magic that pops something into existence. If there was ever nothingness--there would still only be nothingness.

Axiom #2: Something exists.

The universe with all its forces and matter exists.

Axiom #3: If something exists, then something has always existed.

For if there was a time when there was nothing before there was something, then nothingness would still exist, because nothingness is necessarily eternal (see axiom #1).

Axiom #4: If something exists, it is the only thing that has ever existed.

For if there were two things wholly separate from one another, then between those two things would be nothing--and if nothingness exists anywhere at any time, it is eternal.

Axiom #5: Something and nothing cannot exist together.

Either there is one thing that has always existed, or there is nothingness that has always existed. And if there is a state of nothingness of any size or shape, then it existed before something. For once something exists, it is the only thing that exists. Keep in mind that "something" does not float in a sea of "nothingness" There is no "outside" of the universe. There is not that which exists and that which does not exist. There is only one or the other, and as we know, there is something that exists (Axiom #2).

Axiom #6: The one thing that exists has consciousness as an attribute.

It may have many other attributes as well. It may have infinite attributes or at least all the attributes that can exist. But one of those attributes is consciousness. We know this because we are conscious, and we are necessarily part of the one thing that exists.


If nothingness was ever a state of being, it would have never changed from that. Because something does exist, it is the one thing that does exist and must have always existed. That one substance that exists is minimally a conscious entity. Therefore, the one thing that has existed eternally and is conscious is what we call God.

NOTE: This argument was originally created by Edward Jerome Gordon on October 10, 2018.