Every Device Of Evil Overcome

X (a creator of God) if existent must have overcome every device of evil that would be permissible to every possible good creator. If God is unable to defeat these devices then either God is imperfect or He requires His own creator to intercede. In either case both X and God are then imperfect.

If D exists, He has merely to exercise all evil - but if these are overcome already by the Most High there was never any need for them to justify God, the creator of this creation - God would be fully justified already by His maker. That there exists in scripture a devil in a creation made at the beginning is sufficient to identify this creator as the Most High. Any other creation would be justified by this work gone before, and the possibility of other creators is pointless and null if there is a devil that may be defeated in this first creation. There are no interventions from outside, no requirement for evil unless it were to be defeated forever on the one God's own work - a creator who does not create by proxy but is also most high. (The redeemed will survive the destruction.).

So then we state G=X, but what do we mean by that? Only that perfection agrees with God, or God with perfection as equivalences.

If there is indeed a chain X down to G then "Most High" is a title due the creator whom does the same work: So then all such X above in the chain are in some way identical. (But the positive statement that t2 is finally complete is to the "lowest" God in the chain!) There are no creators of creators if every creator makes the same creation the same way, only creators that are all perfect, overcome the same evil and defeat the same enemy, corruption. Then there is the reduction that X=G and there is no requirement that X exists. i.e. ¬N(X exists.) which may imply by Hartshornes argument, N¬(X exists)

Alternatively in trinity, God may redeem His creation in one work by all three simultaneously, then in matter of siblings or children the one God has no fallacy, as "t2" is the same instant by all three.

Now, given that once evil is overcome, God is free to create every possible world without a corrupting influence, with any degree of "good or bad" He sees fit to make, the work of D, and in fact the claim that there is any such X above God, is merely one of jealousy - for any creator would do the exact same work when there is no knowledge of the existence of any X! A creator of a creator would require that the right to create be reserved to Himself until after all permissible evil is created and defeated; before the fullness of creation may be made complete.

Then, God Most High is free to create absolutely everything, so that the only thing remaining unmade is the empty set and null deception: and that evil is defeated and excluded from everywhere else and it existed only here, in this one time before t2 and is to all intents and purposes destroyed. Creation will be survived by God's people, and we will inherit eternal life with the only creator.

The result then is that clearly God is unaware of any X in existence, and we are to trust Him that this same work is either already done by the creator of this "system of things" and therefore it is legal and X has no complaint, or it is necessarily true that G=X (They are in complete agreement). That God is redeeming a creation renders interference from X unnecessary, Yet a creator beginning the work of all possible creation must be justified: What is true is that God is God "Most High" of His own creation because He made it, irrespective of whether there was a maker of Him or other creators "elsewhere".

There are no other gods to come, else it would be positive for them to redo the same work and make God's own victory of evil a negative act by interference (superimposing evil and extending t2). God, to remain perfect justifies creation but will not give His glory to another. Likewise, as a positive statement no perfect God is further up the chain, and likewise our creator is the Most High.

When God has made everything, And there is nothing possible left to create, even then I doubt there will be found any other Gods hiding under the doormat.

Of course, we could ask, "Why does God create as if He were justifying other creators? Why not just create everything without evil, and maintain it perfectly?" Truth is, He is preparing to rest. He is justifying the work of creation, not the creator's office.

He is effectively declaring that nothing need not exist necessarily, even a creator. If that were excluded, why would there be justified creation? Other creators as created by God are possible but excluded from all intent. God does not create other gods. However, justifying every creative work that could possibly ever be made (as by other gods) is what God is doing. One could think of the "good creators" as essences for creation and the work of creation of the most high would still make sense; for a generator of existence (if there be any) is as good a definition of creator in the argument as any.

One could also state that He will not make any other universe that will not auto-correct its own corruption, leaving Him free to rest forever. Such creation will not permit evil to corrupt it, and will most likely encompass a whole spectrum of possibility we can't imagine.

"Good creators" then become a lemma, rather than a corollary. Every individual creation in the heavens to come will be able to approach the most high as their creator, and that is justified by examining infinite descent in this way.

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