Apologetic Bullet Point #6


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The initial creative being can only create things equal to or less than himself


This is a natural consequence of “The initial creative personal sentient being cannot create ex nihilo anything that is not already a part of or a characteristic of that being”.

Having nothing else to work with as a blueprint for creation than himself, the initial creative being could not put into creation anything greater than himself because nothing greater than or other than himself existed.