Re: If god exists, what created god?

Martin Wilhelmy (
7 Aug 1995 06:22:51 GMT

Florek <> posted:

>> >OuterNet43 ( wrote:
>> >: I think that there is no real "GOD". Like the title says, I mean if there
>> >: was a god, than who created him/her?

Dr. Clements wrote..
>> The question "who created him/her?" assumes that God needs to be
>> created. It seems reasonable to me that the God who created the universe
>> is not tied down to our concepts of space, time and creation. The Bible
>> makes it clear in several passages that God had no beginning and will
>> have no end.

florek continuous...
>I don't think that god was ever created. If there is a super being that
>he or she must have been "there" for ever. You can't say that god started
>to exist in year x. A question arises: what existed before year x? And
>before that, and before that...

Yo, God created time. Time is a created thing. ONLY God IS, "I am the who am," I paraphrase, reading the Bible but not memorizing=
it. One of the many Catholic definitions of God is "the uncaused cause," meaning that nothing caused God, because if something cau=
sed God it would have to be greater and thus be God. The cause always has to be greater than the effect (aetheistic evolutionism t=
hinks that the effect is always greater than the cause - hmm, why don't we have a pertual motion machine...). Anyway, God exist out=
side of time.

Martin Wilhelmy