I've been a sceptic for many years but I've come a little unstuck. I need someone to point out the flaw in my logic before I go off the deep end and joint a church.
OK, so God is a being that has complete mastery over Time, Space and Matter. A being who can continue our Consciousness beyond our physical death. For the moment I've left aside the Creation of the Universe thing, but we can stick it back in if we want to later.
It seems that evolution is function of life. If we take life of earth as a model, life seems to evolve into an ever increasing levels of complexity. It has taken roughly 4 billion years for man to evolve from a single celled organism. The Universe is roughly 13 Billion years old, maybe that's enough time for other beings in other parts of the universe to evolve capacities which include Complete Mastery Over Time, Space and Matter? - in essence god-like beings.
TIME AND SPACE
We don't know how long the universe will actually last. The longer it lasts, the more chance of such a being has of evolving. The point is that if a being emerges that has Complete Mastery Over Time, Space and Matter AT ANY POINT IN SPACETIME, then God exists as this being will have the power to continue our concious existence beyond our physical death should they choose to do so, no matter at what point in spacetime we exist in physical life.
OPTIONAL - CREATION OF THE UNIVERSE
This bit is just wild speculation but if I didn't put it in some smart Alec would say "that's not god coz it didn't created the universe". OK if such a being exists in any universe it could also create other universes (including this one). If there are an infinite number of universes it is highly likely that a god-like being exists in at least one. If there is even just a single universe that exists for an infinite amount of time it is also highly likely that a god-like being will evolve.
God can only NOT exist if
a) Our universe is singular or part of a limited number of universes, and
b) All the universes that do exist do so for too short a period of time for a god-like being to emerge, or else all universes are physically constituted so as to prevent the emergence of god-like beings.
If neither A and B are true, it seems plausible that God exists. Shit!