Physical extension of God's existence?
How can God be the Supreme Being and *not* be literally everywhere and part of all things that exist at all times? Anything else contradicts the notion of 'Supreme Being'.
Is the human notion of 'Supreme Being' necessarily constrained by our degree of knowledge and understanding of physical reality?
On what basis is it necessary to assert the 'existence' of reality that is not physical (that is, not subject to physical laws) as the domain of a 'Supreme Being'? Is a sense of the existence of such a reality merely based on human psychological impressions of the presence of unseen 'beings' which might, in fact, be nothing more than artifacts produced by brains?
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