Who Made God? Conversation with a Skeptic
A common question skeptics raise when I talk to them about evidence for the existence of God, has to do with the maker of God. The question usually goes something like this:
“If the universe demands a creator, then why can’t we just say God must have a creator as well? In other words, Who made God?”
I do find it interesting and a bit humorous, that it is usually atheists who bring up this question. I want to say, "Hey wait a second, I thought you didn’t believe God exists."
Be that as it may, here’s how I typically try to answer the question in a minute or two.
ME: Nobody made God. Unlike the finite universe (a universe that began to exist) that demands a creator, God does not need a creator…
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