God

@Kuttu_007 (1164)
India
March 16, 2017 11:38am CST
I always ever wanted to know the answer for this question.....if God created us then who created god....I always have this dilemma whether to believe in his existence or not....If god created Satan then why can't he destroy him...when he has the power over everything...I am asking these questions out of curiosity..I have enough answers but I want an answer which satisfies me...
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@megatron777 (3777)
• Guam
16 Mar 17
No one created "God". "He" is the Uncause Cause. If "God" has a cause or a "creator" we'll endlessly discuss this topic and we will not find any logical answer until the day we die.
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• India
17 Mar 17
Yeah,the chain of reasoning can go on and on...,i think god was always there.
• Guam
19 Mar 17
@davemad Of course.
@1hopefulman (32558)
• Canada
28 Mar 17
God is the First Cause and no one created him. He always exited. God will destroy Satan the Devil as soon as all the issues raised by him are proven to be lies. Romans 16:20 New Living Translation (NLT) 20 The God of peace will soon crush Satan under your feet. May the grace of our Lord Jesus[a] be with you.
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@redurnet (1588)
• United Kingdom
16 Mar 17
I am not religious any more but I think that if there is a God then perhaps we are just not capable of understanding how he might exist and where he came from.
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19 Mar 17
God is nothing but only present in us if you trust on god its god if you don't trust then god doesn't exist its not a matter of existence its about faith...and our existence on the planet was coincidence really...
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@1creekgirl (12016)
• United States
17 Mar 17
God doesn't have a creator, he IS the creator. One day when it's the right time, God will destroy Satan and all who follow Satan.
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@OneOfMany (12401)
• United States
16 Mar 17
The evil overwhelmed the good a long time ago. If you look at the bible, god is responsible for killing millions of people, and satan only killed 7 or so, and more than half were because of god's influence. So wouldn't it make sense that the god in the bible is the evil one, and that the roles were reversed on purpose to cast him in a better light? After all, how does the victor go from malevolent tyrant to beloved ruler overnight? He changes the history and people only know what he dictated to be true. For example: 12,000 years ago there was a giant war in which the civilization at that time engaged in battle with others across the globe. It was so intense that it destroyed everything that had been created and what survived broke down and was reclaimed by nature. But no one believes that this is true, why? Because the survivors made it stories and legends, and said it was a myth. Yet things are found all the time on the planet that can't be explained, and it's attributed to aliens. Artifacts are found and technology that we can't identify is dug up, but why can't it be connected to our past? Because it was erased! If humanity can do it, evil in the world can easily make itself good. Even if my memories survived, I still would only hold a fraction of knowledge from that time. But from what I know: Demons arose from humanity. Perhaps god did as well?
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@bird123 (10518)
• United States
31 Mar 17
Quantum physics is showing the possibility of many other dimensions. A dimension without time would have no causal nature. God is eternal and yet so are we. Time only means something in this universe and we are trapped in a physical body keeping us in this universe. The causal nature of this universe also aids in the lessons we learn. That is the only reason this universe exists. Since one receives so much input from this universe, many can see only that. They based everything on the physical laws of this universe when clearly there is much more to discover. God and Us have always been here. Life comes from life. We come from God.