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Satan was the first to tell humans, specifically Eve, that she "could be like God." In Mormonism you can supposedly become a god if you do enough works for, and give enough money to, the Mormon organization. But that’s not even logical, let alone biblical. There can't be more than one God because, by definition, there's only one God. That's just pure logic. And even if there could be more than one God, who made the first god? That is called the "Cosmological Argument," or the "Argument of Beginnings." It's the very first verse of the Bible: "In the beginning God created the heavens and the earth.” Breaking that down; in the beginning God created all time, space & matter. He created the beginning of time, the heavens (space) & the earth (matter). That first verse of the entire Scripture tells us about the existence of the one true God.
Being self-existent, God is in the realm of eternity. God created a beginning of the time we live in. And there will be an end to our time. So we now live in our own realm of time given to us by God. God is above and beyond our time so He can see the beginning and end of time, all at the same time. That's what makes Him the One and Only Supreme Being. But people will ask, “Who made God?" The problem with that question is that it’s based in our time. By definition, a Supreme Being is above and beyond all that. And what makes Him supreme is He's not dependent upon anyone for His existence. That's why He is Supreme. With that said, Mormonism still claims we can become a god. But we can't become a god because God had no beginning. I’m pretty sure we all had birth days. When Moses asked God: Who do I say that you are? God simply replied: "I Am Who I Am." He doesn't have a beginning because beginnings are a time-based question
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