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Who is God? Who created God?

Who is God? Is he with us? Who created him?

The first question that probably came to your mind when you saw the title of this post was, "Wait, are they seriously going to answer the age-old 'who created God?' question?" And the answer is… yes. Yes, we are.

But before we get into that, let's clarify what a creator is. A creator is the maker or source of something. This can be seen in both the physical and spiritual realms of life. For example, God is the creator of all things (see John 1:1-3), and Steve Jobs was an innovator who created many things, like Apple products and Pixar movies.

So if a creator is someone who makes or starts something, then it stands to reason that for there to be the first creation, there must be the first Creator. One day my husband and I were talking about this concept, and he asked me if I could think of any examples where something could be made without a maker. And… I couldn't!

So if there had to be the first Creator in order for there to be the first creation, then… who was it? My husband helped me understand that whoever created God also created everything else we see around us today—the sky, animals, plants, people—

The question of God's existence is one that has plagued civilization since the dawn of time. Does God exist? If so, why would He allow such atrocities as the Holocaust or the Great Chicago Fire? Or even the death of a family pet? It doesn't make sense.

If you ask me, I think that if God does exist, he must be a pretty cool guy. I mean, look at this planet! Look at all this diversity! Look at all these weird-looking fish in the ocean! Just look at 'em! Aren't they amazing?

But then again, maybe there is no God. Maybe we're all just living life in oblivion to the fact that we are actually characters in a video game being played by aliens from Jupiter's moon, Io.

God is a mystery, an enigma.

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There are so many questions that we have about who God is and what God wants us to do. We don't know how to understand Him, let alone worship Him.

But, there is one thing that we do know: that God loves us. And He did this while we were still sinners. He sacrificed Himself for us so that we could live free from the bondage of our sins.

And I wonder if this freedom isn't the most important thing for us to learn about who God is and what He wants for us.

Who created God?

This is a question that has plagued philosophers and theologians for centuries. Ever since the ancient Greeks started asking questions about what existed before Time, people have been wondering about how to answer the question of "Who created God?"

The Greek philosopher Aristotle was one of the first thinkers to address this topic. According to his explanation, the immovable mover must be eternal because it could not have come into existence at a certain point in time. In other words, there must have always been something that caused everything else to move—and this entity is God!

Later on during medieval times, Thomas Aquinas made another attempt at answering this question. He used logic to show that there must be something greater than human beings--something higher than us--in order for us to exist as well as all other things around us. He believed that God was this higher power and cause of all things; therefore, he did not need an explanation for how God came into existence himself because he exists outside our universe with no beginning or end!

It's important when trying to explain how something came about without using any scientific evidence. This type of knowledge is known as metaphysics which means beyond physical objects or nature; it refers specifically to philosophy concerned with questions about what

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