My first, and primary objection to this line of argument is this: Can a God that who wants to create such a creation do so and maintain his Aseity?
One of my pet peeves in this forum is that too many people simply ask rhetorical "questions", instead of actually presenting valid ARGUMENTS for a particular view. Then we're left to guess what the point is, and more often than not, we have no clue what the point is, and it simply wastes everyone's time.
It's like asking, "How can the golf courses possibly be open if the sun is out?!"
"Can a God that who wants to create such a creation do so and maintain his Aseity?
("a God that who wants to"?!?!?)
The question is nonsensical.
Of course He can.
Why wouldn't He be able to?
You see, there is some "hidden" opinion here, someone unknown assumption by the poster, which causes the allegedly problem. But since he doesn't want to be open and honest about it, any chance of productive discussion is worthless.
Okay, the poster (for whatever reason he refuses to share) doesn't think God can do this and maintain his Aseity.
Okay, that's his problem, not ours.
If he can, what does this say about the character of one who would want to create just to demonstrate his "glorious perfections"?
Again, a nonsensical question.
Why do people want to waste everyone's time asking nonsensical questions?
It says His character is omnipotence.
It says His character includes power, wrath, justice, holiness, basically all the attributes proclaimed in the Bible.
So what's the problem?
Oh, there isn't one?
Thanks for wasting everyone's time.