Who made God?



Just as we cannot imagine a limit on space, so we have trouble imagining anything without a predecessor. Space seems to go on forever—in the same way, God naturally exists before all things, to include time itself. Many theologians have used the "argument from cause/origin" to point to God, saying everything looks designed and had to come from somewhere, or that there must have been someone who first moved all things into activity. In the end, logic dictates that something had to be first, and that "prime mover" or creator is who we call God.