If God created everything in the universe, then who created God?

  • If God created everything in the universe, then who created God? As we say that everything in this universe has a creator who is the creator of God?

  • Without getting too philosophical, I will write down my opinion of God which I have formed after reading about history, psychology, politics, cults, religions, humans and quite a lot of pondering.

    Man created God.

    Humans are hard-wired to be curious, we seek explanations behind things. When we don’t find those explanations, the mind forms it’s own conclusions as a way to satiate that curiosity.

    Early humans didn’t have the right explanation as to how the Sun affects life on Earth, why rain happens, why thunderstorms, who created the Earth and so on. They formed conclusions of a universal force that was controlling their lives and surroundings.

    God became a way to explain these phenomena. Most religions have a concept of a ‘Eternal Divine Light’ somehow related to god, or the god itself.

    The Byzantine mystic, Saint Symeon, revealed a more fundamental meaning when he described the Divine as, “A light infinite and incomprehensible…one single light…simple, timeless, eternal…the source of life.”

    Sounds like our Sun?

    God also became an explanation for life and death, to console the relatives of the deceased that ‘the person is now at a better place with god’ and that they were not alone, ‘god is with them’. People hate the feeling of being left alone.

    Not everyone can take the responsibility of the dire circumstances caused due to their poor decisions. It is easier to shift that blame to someone else. It becomes ‘god’s will’ and that He has already chosen a path for us, these circumstances are just a test for us. There are many such things.

    As centuries went by, cults and religions came into existence to give people a sense of belonging with like-minded folks. With that also came the godmen, messengers of this god who could form a direct connection to god. Religion evolved as a common ground to make it easier for leaders to control a large number of people. Till today, it’s one of the best ways to divide and rule.

    Religion has a very deep hold on people and hooks them emotionally. You may present all facts to a religious person about evolution, any evidences of thousands of year old fossils, everything. But they won’t let go of their religion, because letting go would mean whatever they believed upto now was false, about death of their dear ones- that they are not at any better place-they are just dead, about god ‘always walking along them’ to ‘guide their path’ ‘god loves them’ , all of this will be falsified and they will suddenly ‘feel’ alone. Religious people are emotionally attached to god, facts won’t affect their ‘faith’.

    So, in my opinion, god is a creation of man’s imagination. Whether it’s psychologically useful or not, I’m not sure.

  • no one created him, that question is beyond our knowledge.

  • @ragnar-lothbrok said in If God created everything in the universe, then who created God?:

    HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA. Lololololololool. You didn't even watch the video you yourself mentioned. It explains why the universes doesn't need a creator

  • @sarah

    The whole video is awesome but to answer your question from skip to 2:59

  • @sarah No one created him he was there before anything, and he is the one created everything, so if we were then to ask who created God? And then ask who created the creator of God? and then who created that creator and so on and so on, then there would be no universe at all

  • @lucifer_ I do upvoted your answer coz of the detail you mentioned. But I feel that this universe cannot come into existence on its own.

    There had to be something... May be not god, but something else. But nothing in this wicken world happens on its own. I will share some videos which can help you logically and scientifically. Irresoeictve of religion.

  • @cutie-cat See that's the spirit!

  • @ragnar-lothbrok Classic grandfather paradox. On a similar note, Hugh Hefner is actually the father of both the Easter and Playboy bunny. The universe is a mighty strange place.

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  • Music Lovers

    @sarah Yeah i wonder about that too , i don't know the answer though . And when universe wasn't there , what was there ? who created the creator of god and then who was the god's creator's creator's creator !!!!!!!!!!!!??????? omg , that's so confusing .

  • @cutie-cat youll end up with the same repeated questions, cuz God is the creator and no one created him. We dont have enough knowledge on origin of God.

  • Music Lovers

    @ragnar-lothbrok yeah , that's why i never pay much attention to these questions XD

  • Somewhere I read that thinking such thoughts are not good for the psyche...

  • @maria-tell exactly

  • Music Lovers

    Very nice question sarah everyone who doesn't have knowledge of this have a question who created god I'll give you the answer guys..
    All you know god created everything and he rule everything everyone knows but main thing is god is not a thing or a person or etc which can be created first you understand difference between those two created or non created created means which things can be created ok but non created which thing can't be created thats the point god is noncreated god not have a start also not have end god is the divine power called god god is immortal he's not in the created things it's very deep knowledge you just earn it by worshiping him caz
    Our brain not completely works we use only use 40 % of our brain except scientists caz they used ther brains about to 60 % which means this all things an information is in our mind if we are able to use our brain 100 % then we gat our answers and if you want to use complete brain you have to worship god and gat it ..!

  • Music Lovers

    How to use 100% of brain

    Kundalini (Sanskrit: कुण्डलिनी kuṇḍalinī, About this sound pronunciation , "coiled one"), in the concept of Dharma, refers to a form of primal energy (or shakti) said to be located at the base of the spine. Different spiritual traditions teach methods of "awakening" kundalini for the purpose of reaching spiritual enlightenment and a range of supernormal powers.Writer Joseph Campbell describes the concept of Kundalini as “the figure of a coiled female serpent—a serpent goddess not of "gross" but of "subtle" substance - which is to be thought of as residing in a torpid, slumbering state in a subtle center, the first of the seven, near the base of the spine: the aim of the yoga then being to rouse this serpent, lift her head, and bring her up a subtle nerve or channel of the spine to the so-called “thousand-petaled lotus” (Sahasrara) at the crown of the head...She, rising from the lowest to the highest lotus center, will pass through and wake the five between, and with each waking the psychology and personality of the practitioner will be altogether and fundamentally transformed.

    Kundalini awakening is said to result from deep meditation, and consequently enlightenment and bliss.However, as each individual is unique, Kundalini awakenings can happen through a variety of methods not limited to deep meditation. This awakening involves the Kundalini physically moving up the central channel to reach within the Sahasrara Chakra at the top of the head. Many systems of yoga focus on awakening Kundalini through meditation pranayama breathing the practice of asana and chanting of mantras In physical terms the Kundalini experience is frequently reported to be a feeling of electric current running along the spine.

  • Ive always thought this but im still going to be a christian.

  • It was me. My friend Doc Brown had this DeLorean and when it hit 88mph it well, that isn't important, but long story short, God was an unplanned pregnancy after I accidentally used the primordial ooze as a kleenex.

    You're all welcome.

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    @ragnar-lothbrok said in If God created everything in the universe, then who created God?:

    @sarah No one created him he was there before anything, and he is the one created everything, so if we were then to ask who created God? And then ask who created the creator of God? and then who created that creator and so on and so on, then there would be no universe at all

    And there won't be an end

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