I just started thinking about the ultimate boeing 747 argument. True, a whirlwind passing through a Junkyard would probably NOT assemble a 747. However, if an alien species found a 747,why would they think it the product of only 1 creator. An almost limitless number of people went in to the design, fabrication, and realization of a 747. Why should the universe (which is infinitely more complex) be any different?
If the nature of the universe somehow includes the ability for a sentient proto-being to self-generate, why just one? Theymshould be as common as hydrogen and oxygen combining into water, IMO. Either the conditions are right for lots of "gods" (whatever they might be) or right for none. So my question for my monotheistic friends on this thread is this. . .Why only one God?
Or is it because it allows for the attribute of omni-everything and justifies calling all other theists morons and lost. While using the "My god can beat up your god, because your god can't even reign in on other gods and my god is the only one anyway. . . . . . And he's the biggest and the strongest". . .Mantra all the time. . . .