- Jan 24, 2015
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You are making this more complicated than it needs to be. Probably on purpose. I'm a Catholic.
God is eternal and unchanging. Ergo God has always existed. Your question should have been was god existing or not existing when he created OUR existence? The answer to that question is yes. God is eternal and unchanging. God has always existed. God IS existence. Which is why god is I AM. Which is a statement of existence.
Was it not more a "I will be who I am will be"? Then it would not be a statement of existence - like the so speaking fire which was not destroying the thorn bush. Was it real? Was it not real? ... ¿Or had it been a reference to other real thorns?