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Yep. One other point. Theists argue the universe must have a creator, something cannot come from nothing, hence the need for a creator. But to use that argument, applying the same logic, wouldn't the creator need a creator? Ahhh...being a creator, he has always been. Then, the universe, or its precursor, could have always been.
Now here is one point mentioned, but I think really needs to be expanded on.
Religion talks about choice...free will. If God is truly omniscient, free will is not possible. For there to be true free will, there has to be an element of chance. If God knows the outcome, that is not free will. Essentially, Gid would have to say, "I didn't see that coming".