Where did God come from?
Alpha and Omega
by Rob Kerby, Senior Editor
A common argument from atheists and skeptics is that if all things need something to have "caused" them to exist, then God must also need such a spark. “The conclusion is that if God needed a cause, then God is not God (and if God is not God, then of course there is no God),” write the theologians of GotQuestions.org. “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 ‘something,’ then He must have a cause, right?”
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