During my mini-debate with atheist-friend of mine, I managed to point his way of thinking on more, lets say, truthfully path. But there are a couple of question arose that I myself had not thought of before in a logical way, and i really stuck on those. So as my friend defended last “pillars” of his point, he stated this:
Why should God, as a creature, be rational/minded/intellectual?
He cropped out parts from Bible, Old Testament, i suppose mainly about Moses and laws, stated that it just was wise man who wanted to save his people, avoid anarchy and so on… Well, cropping parts is wrong too, but i suspect even so there is an answer on it.
I found statements like “Only mind can create mind” or “The impersonal cannot create personality” on gotquestions, and if it true, it is an answer, but i don`t really understand that statements. Are there any links/books on those statements i can read or watch (or even debates on this particular theme)?
By the way, at the end of the discussion his point of view was like “God exists. He created everything. But there is no reasoning of it. Like God is some unthinking element/or even he created us occasionally”. So i can disprove this way of thinking, but question above seems like have to be answered…
PS. It is my first topic, so I`m not sure wether it should be in science or somewhere else…