I’ve never come across anywhere.
Which may simply be because it’s nonsense, but I don’t see any flaws in it. Do you?
As with all else, I prefer simplicity and immediate observation, and this proof is simple and immediate.
It’s grounded in two principles we observe to invariably occur when we have immediate knowledge of any given event.
1) All of God’s creation seeks stability. For instance water runs downhill seeking stability from motion and once stable doesn’t seek motion.. So that given sufficient time any particular quantity of matter will eventually find stability.
Given an eternal universe that has always existed there would prior to now have occurred sufficient time for any particular quantity of matter to have found stability because any required amount of sufficient time would be less than the virtually infinite quantity of time that has occurred prior to now.
So that no matter how vast the universe, and no matter how extreme the quantity of time required for sufficiency, it would be less in quantity than that which came prior to the present now.
Further, living creatures are not sufficient to change the inevitable outcome.
2) The effect is always within and never greater than the cause.
This eliminates those entities that are stable returning to non stability because non motion cannot cause motion. This also eliminates recent big bang occurrences without an outside mover because non motion cannot come from motion, and any outside mover would have also previously found stability prior to causing a big bang.
And since we do observe motion and matter seeking stability it follows that there could not have occurred previously sufficient time which further proves that the universe is not eternal, and if not eternal, it must have a cause which is a creator.
Perchance it was not obvious. The proof is a reduction to the absurd by showing how a materialist understanding naturally leads to a contradiction.