Who created God? Where did God come from?


Clarify Share Report Asked July 01 2013 Mini Anonymous (via GotQuestions)

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1557678 489741134476064 1203178089 n Lorie Daugherty

It is hard for us to wrap our minds around. But that is where faith, belief and trust all come in.
I love the saying...I know that I know that I know

March 21 2014 Report

Alice kay alice kay burgdorf

I was told God came fire, my question is where and who or what created fire. I know God created earth, it says it in king James bible and others.

July 06 2014 Report

Data Sarah Winn

It is just something we have to accept by faith. "Now faith is the assurance of things hoped for, the conviction of e things not seen." Hebrews 11:1
I can not provide a scientific equation to prove a God. I do not have any finite proof, but that is what faith is defined as. Just trusting that there is a God.

January 09 2016 Report

A6ac9128dd6f69162fac89c38e63e50f Gary Wainwright

What we do know, as we witness this phenomenon everyday, is that life comes from life. As life does not come from non-life, it is obvious that someone exists (an eternal God - Psalm 90:2) who is alive and therefore has given us life.

January 09 2016 Report

Mini David King

God is LIVING TIME--specifically, living spacetime -the literal fabric of the universe. Jesus confirms this when he says, "I am the Beginning and the End", which I interpret to mean "I am [literally] the Beginning--the living past--and the End--the living future. That is who and what I actually AM " Jesus also said, "Before Abraham was, I AM", where Jesus was not only claiming to be the great I AM, but was also claiming that the past still exists and that God is still alive in the past, and (by implication) already alive in the future.

Only something inanimate that is already naturally eternal with no beginning (like eternal time) that somehow becomes alive can explain the origin of a living God who is likewise naturally eternal with no beginning.

Likewise, only something inanimate that consists of three inseparable parts that is already naturally eternal with no beginning (like eternal time--the inanimate past, present and future) that somehow becomes alive can explain the origin of a living Trinity--the LIVING PAST (the Father), the LIVING PRESENT (Jehovah/Jesus) and the LIVING FUTURE (the Holy Spirit) who are likewise naturally eternal with no beginning. If Siamese triplets were ever to survive, this would be three inseparable living beings existing within one human body. Likewise, the Trinity are three living beings existing within one body of LIVING SPACETIME.

See https://youtu.be/ApYOxD3EIkg and visit uniquebibleanswers.com

May 23 2017 Report

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