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I would suggest that the final section of the final sentence of the article, "However, the question still remains that this would mean that either god a) always existed, or b) was created, which effectively comes back to square 1: what created god?" be removed as completley misses the point of God. If God was created, that suggests that there is something more powerful than God, and so God couldn't be God if there was something more powerful than him. Gorillazx1 (talk) 01:11, 20 August 2010 (UTC)
"Eternity of the world" has such a grand history as a technical phrase that it really needs an article. Arguments for eternity might be subsumed within it, I suppose. Zayasdesign (talk) 12:20, 20 October 2012 (UTC)
I think it is difficult to apprehend how each of the arguments relate to eternity. Some of them seem to be advocating more for the existence of a God rather than the existence of an eternity. Are these arguments set here to prove that because eternity exists, therefore God must exist? Again, it is all rather pieced together, not very cohesive. Sirwigwam (talk) 08:37, 22 November 2013 (UTC)