I have an interesting challenge for Theism. Theism asserts that God is a personality. It is thought that God is an intelligent, willful, eternally existing mind. An unembodied mind. Well, what if I wanted to challenge this by presenting a different alternative? By presenting a different alternative I will avoid using the word God. If God is a personality, I will counter that by saying that an alternative to God could be an impersonal force that only computes. Yes, instead of God, maybe there is a force that acts as the ultimate supercomputer. It isn’t a conscious thinking being. It does not possess a personality. It only computes. It only calculates. If it is thought that God as a personality can exist uncaused then why not something akin to an ultimate supercomputing force? An impersonal eternally existing supercomputing force? Food for thought. By the way, I’m not saying that this is what I think. As an Atheist I simply make it clear that I do not know what exists beyond our universe, if anything?