The sufficient cause for the universe must be eternal, supernatural and all-
powerful and because an eternal being has no beginning, asking who created
If the universe needs a cause, then why doesn't God need a cause? And if God
doesn't need a cause, why should the universe need a cause? Author: Jonathan
Who created God? It is an age-old question that has plagued all those who like to
think about the big questions. Having grown up as an agnostic non-Christian, ...
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is not human and the words we use to talk about God
are, at best, the closest we can come to understanding God
given our limited human experience. One Jewish perspective of creation is that God
is the source of all will in the universe. I usually say something l... More »
Article explains why God could not have been created.
“Where did God come from? Who made him?” This is a frequently asked question
, and it may be addressed in two basic ways. The most direct answer is the one ...
This is a slightly more sophisticated form of the basic question “Who made God?”
Everyone knows that something does not come from nothing. So, if God is a ...
Feb 20, 2013 ... How should one respond to the old schoolboy retort, “If everything needs a cause
, who caused God?” First, philosophers and theologians do ...
When people ask the question "who created God", Christians like to answer by
saying that God by definition is eternal and uncreated, and were God a created ...