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If God Has A Creator

If God has a creator we may safely assume He would only have created God as a good creator. Then are both good. The creator of God would not be required to redeem God's own work, And if such a creator of God exists, He minimally is required to do nothing but create by Divine proxy, yet by doing so must not work the redemption due from the creator of any corrupted work, else His own creations (creators) are not good.

It must be shown by any possible creator of God that all of God's work is redeemable - If God is a creation then He is free to create - all evil is either overcome already, or every good creator's work is redeemable. If a creator follows after His own creator, He does no wrong.

What must be required of a creator then is not whether His creation is corrupt or not, but that it is redeemable, (which was argued) and that the creator does a work of redemption, enough to overcome the corruption of the creation so that the work of creation is not (overall) a negative act.

In either case, whether this world is created by good creators or by the Most High God, it is certain that it is being redeemed if God exists. In truth, God as creator may take as long as He likes before creating any creators - but we must have a moment at which redemption has been completed. If there were no such time there would be a creation that was not or could not be redeemed, and there would be no creators that are good, for God most high as creator of all would not be "perfect".

We posit that irrespective of opinion, God is good.

Now, evil is a negative result superimposing itself on a good work. Given the existence of evil, as to be overcome in the first (and worst) creation of the creator of all, or present in the creation of a good creator, evil must also be overcome in the redeeming of creation. There must be no evil remaining in the creation say, after the completion of all redemption.)

However evil as a corrupting influence must be overcome maximally by the most high God in the very first created world. Then in the redemptive work of the Most High there must be no more evil afterwards. If there are other (good) creators they should be the ones to observe only, as when each were to overcome His maker's created evil, then the creator most high would have defeated evil by proxy, and will not have the glory.

Instead of examining all the cases of creators aiding their siblings or parents, we will simply state that once the office of creator is totally redeemed at some point in time, all possible creation is redeemed and "evil" should it be possible that it exist will become totally unnecessary for any redemption by any created creator. It is "better" this happen to start with and a perfect creator will ensure so.

Likewise God if redeemed by a creation of his own making, as maker of all would not be justified or "redeemed" Himself if His creations are not "good": As any created creator is able to defeat the same evil, it is symmetry then that God must defeat evil before any other creators exist to do so - He would not create any others until all redemption is proven possible, else He is not "good", (or perfect) requiring intervention from one whom would become as His maker. Yet, God, as the top of the chain then requires no interference. If any such interference is made; God either does it by proxy with the redeeming creator, working next to nothing, or God does it Himself in completeness over His own first work.

If the most high defeats all evil in His first work, then after that first world is redeemed there need be no more evil, irrespective of whether there are other creators or not - as then good creators would not be "good" if they were to create evil that was shown irredeemable by God most high. (It would be the case that evil remains which has not been overcome by ANY creator, and a perfect creator Most High would defeat all evil, so that His first own good work would remain.

A "bad" creator is one whom requires intervention from above to correct His work, or a creator that has allowed undefeated evil to corrupt his creation. A good creator then waits for (or is not created until) all evil to be defeated in maximal form by the Most High before creating any evil himself.

So, the very first creation of the worst sort should be one open to corruption by all evil, yet all evil must be created. Evil does not belong in creation but it is a creation. We will posit the existence of a corruptor rather than a creator.

So to construct a logical argument we require some sense of time, as well as some chain, by choice we will only consider God most High, whom we will call "X" and our creator "G" whom may be X (or not).

We state that if all creation is redeemable, given a point of creation at t=0, and that there is a t1 at which point it became corrupt - and it is then a statement we might put somewhat as ;

There is some time t2 greater than t1 after which no further corrupting influence superimposes itself upon the original intent of the creator. We may state given the time t1 at which evil corrupted the creation, there necessarily must be a t2, after which creation is not subject to any subsequent or remaining corruption.

Part and parcel is that if there is any corrupting influence, it must not remain after t2. It is either put beyond the ability to corrupt (damned) or it is destroyed.

However as creation is corrupted with evil, it too must be destroyed. It is then positive that no corruption survives. However, such creation is not redeemed but must show there is something gained rather than to be able to merely repeat the act. Clearly, other creators if they are to be perfect must do better, yet God most high would allow anything the ability to freely receive redemption.

The solution is salvation. For God is necessarily existent but If He creates living beings to redeem within His creation, then in redeeming those beings His original intent survives the first corrupted creation and makes the work of subsequent creation into which they may enter a continuation of His first work. His intent is preserved, and all creation is redeemed into a subsequent creation of "a new heaven and a new earth". Souls then, are not material or essentially corrupt - but Christianity teaches the material or flesh is corrupt, and that the corruptible must put on incorruptibility.


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