A - Tell me what you think about the statement: if an infinitely expanding universe allows for absolutely any event to occur, then God exists as a probable event.
B - This is an interesting proposition that combines the concept of an infinite universe and the probability of God's existence. Let's examine it more closely.
Suppose an infinitely expanding universe exists where absolutely any event is possible. One possible conclusion we can draw from this is that there is a probability of God's existence in such a universe. However, it's important to note that this is just one possible conclusion and does not serve as irrefutable proof of God's existence.
A - Share your thoughts on the theory that the human brain cannot conceive something impossible, and therefore God exists, has existed, or will exist.
B - According to this theory, it is assumed that since the human brain cannot conceive of something impossible, the idea of God as a supreme being or force indicates its possible existence. This is based on the assumption that the human brain would not be able to form a conception of God if such existence were impossible.
However, it is important to note that this theory is based on the assumption that the human brain has a complete and objective understanding of what is impossible. In reality, we cannot be absolutely certain of this. The human brain is limited in its cognitive abilities, and our understanding of the world is constrained by our sensory organs and cognitive capacities.