Once upon a time a long, long, long time ago one, or a few carbon based life forms (us) decided that there needed to be some kind of "bigger than life as we know it" thing to keep everyone in check.
Wow it sure has worked wonders huh?
No war without politics, no politics without religion. What a wonderfully peaceful, caring world we live in. Isn't it great?
He wasn't. He has lived for an eternity, with no beginning and no end. He has just always existed.
Your question asks how God was created and not how a god was created. So by definition God is the creator and governor of the universe. If that's the case then the mere idea that God had a creator is absurd and impossible. In order for God to be a created being He has to be finite - He has a beginning. It logically follows that something greater that God created Him. That of course begs the question "How was God's creator created?" and then "How was God's creator's creator created. And on into infinity. Which is impossible. Anything finite necessities a creator. There cannot be an infinite number of creators because that doesn't allow for an ultimate creator of the infinite "amount" of creators. I can guarantee that when you die and meet your creator God and stand there with your arms crossed in your arrogance - it's pure ego and arrogance to think you can even pose the question to Him - and say "Ah, excuse me but where did you come from?" that He will dignify that arrogant and empty question with an answer. He's God and you're not - not even close. How can we with our finite and limited access to the pure essence of God begin to understand the infinite. What we know of God's essence and attributes is so much less than the tip of the iceberg. It is wise of us all to step back from impossible and meaningless questions and return to the basics - "What do I need to do to be right when I meet Him" - regardless of whether or not He was created.
Ok here is my take on things. In another far out universe that is way bigger than us, there are people just like us (just bigger like I said). Now in this world there is a man. He must be a pretty twisted man with our history. Because when he was born, the big bang happen. He has one of the strongest imaginations ever. But what happens to all of that imagination? Our world feeds on it and makes history. One minute in his world, equals like 100 in ours. All of our imagination creates worlds we are all gods. We just don't have the abilities in our world as the guy imagining our world. And the thing where god looks at our history and sees if we should live, he will be about to die and his life is flashing before his eyes
Really no one can answer the question they say god has no beginning and he has no end.
Well in the bible it says stay away from unanswered questions and all of your questions will be answered when you are in heaven, so were did God come from? Do your job on earth and you will find out later I guess.
This doesn't answer the question but God is real I believe in him no matter what and if you don't good luck in hell.
Well in order for God to be created that means he needs to be finite...so how can the being who created time be effected by it? Logic guys, and how can someone not believe, when you see a painting, what was there, an artist, when you see a sculpture, what was there, a sculptor, when you see all the things that are more beautiful than anything that an artist can make, what was there an Artist. A.k.a GOD!!!!!!
First of all there's no god ;P There's science! Although I respect ppl who believe in him!
Technically it's impossible for us to exist, because there had to be some stuff in the beginning of time and how was that created? And how was the creator of that created? We can go on to an eternity and that's 100% impossible!.... Blah bla bla, this gives me a hedache
I have major doubts about god I believe yet I don't, like how does someone not have a beginning.?
Who created god how was he just here from the beginning I wish there was a god.
Earth was created by science. God was created when there was no one to guide us humans. It's belief that keeps God alive, when no one believes in him, he will die.
I believe that originally the first thing ever created... Before our universe, before anything was a simple thought, perhaps a question. But that thought caused another thought and it kept growing into a consciousness. This consciousness grew so strong that it could create universes with laws, worlds, sciences, math and even separate consciousness within his own reality / or realities. I believe we are living within gods mind, and that we also have the power... Maybe after this life to create our own realities within our own consciousness. I believe that split personalities is evidence of this, A conscious being creating another conscious being within it self. If this is true then the possibilities truly are endless. I am a christian but this how I believe everything for us was created.
To all those who think God was not created,not real,and the Universe was created with science. Who do you think made science? Who do you think created the Big Bang? Who created molecules? My answer,is common sense. The answer to this question is,"Everyone had a beginning,not God. God was the beginning himself. Who is God? God is the beginning,your creator. Common sense is better than science,but,God is better than everything." God is the beginning himself.
It was a miracle.he just suddenly appeared.it was the most magical moment in history.just ask him when you're dead or when you're praying.
Humans couldn't figure things out yet, their cognitive abilities weren't fully developed yet so when things happened that they couldn't explain that frightened them, filled them with awe, made them extremely happy, whatever, they made up stories that eventually became gods. Yep, god isn't real. Well, except for mine, the chimp god. He's real. ;) lol!
the same way the bible says god created earth, some dude said "let there be god" and there was god and he saw that it gave him power and he was well pleased so then he made rules to worship this god. Blah blah blah.