Where did God Come From | According To The Bible Verse? | Who Was Before God?

Where did God Come From | According To The Bible Verse? | Who Was Before God?

Where did God Come From | According To The Bible Verse? | Who Was Before God?

“Where did God originate from?” is one of the most typical questions an atheist may attempt to ask a Christian. To put it another way, who created God? Or, to put it another way, when did God begin?

Because of God’s everlasting essence, the question itself is deceptive. God did not arise out of anywhere; he has always been there. When a Christian tries to prove God’s everlasting nature, the atheist may ask, “But doesn’t everything have to be created to exist?” So, since God isn’t made, how can he exist?”

Again, there are issues with that question. To begin with, if anything is said to have created God, who created that being? The process of one being making the next would continue indefinitely. That would, of course, be impossible.

No, as stated in Aristotelian philosophy, we require an unmoved mover to rationally halt this infinite ad sequence of one creator perpetually being produced. We need the presence of God.

This article explains the origins of the name “God,” who created God and where he came from and how we may know God exists.

What Is the Meaning of the Word “God”?

The origins of the term deity are a little mysterious. According to the Online Etymology Dictionary, our English form of the term derives from a Greek phrase that means “to pour.” However, it might have been inspired by other cultures and languages. On the other hand, God has been around for a long time.

There are many names for our God in Hebrew, but the word Elohim is used in the First Ten Commandments (Exodus 20:3) about having no other gods before the one true God. 

Other Old and New Testament titles for God include Jehovah/Yahweh (Genesis 2:8) — the current one — Adonai (Genesis 15:2) — Lord, Master, and others.

Who or What is God?

The Universe’s Creator is God (Genesis 1:1). All things are formed through and by him (Romans 11:36). He sustains every living creature. Every living creature has a limited lifespan and is dependent on his existence. He is not dependent on anything for his existence due to his limitless nature.

To answer the question above, nothing created God. Nothing had to be done. Nothing can produce something that has always been (eternal).

This is one of the reasons why atheists would attempt to claim that the cosmos has always been since this would eliminate the necessity for a Creator. Something everlasting isn’t subject to change. Of course, the Second Law of Thermodynamics, as taught by Live Science, demonstrates that the cosmos has a finite quantity of energy. As a result, it required a Creator.

God is both our Father and our Creator. As a deist may indicate, he didn’t merely create everything, sit back, and let the world run its course. Instead, he became a character in the story.

Where Did God Originate?

The question is ambiguous. God doesn’t alter, doesn’t move, and doesn’t appear out of anywhere (Hebrews 13:8). He was, is, and will continue to be.

What Did God Do Before He Created?

This may make us ponder what God was up to before Creation. After all, Creation began at a particular moment in time, but God is everlasting and exists beyond time. So, what did God accomplish before creating the universe?

According to Don Stewart’s piece, we shouldn’t presume God was doing nothing. Before Creation, He had an everlasting plan (John 17:24). It’s also important to remember that God wasn’t working alone. God is the Trinity, which means he is three people rolled into one. God didn’t need Creation to make up for his loneliness.

It’s a bit perplexing because we humans have limited brains trying to fathom an infinite God.

What Separates the Christian God from Other Gods?

So how do we know God is any different from the gods of other faiths if he created the world? Those cults say that their deity was also created, and some of those gods seem to be all-powerful and all-knowing. This is how we know our God is unique.

First and foremost, he desires a personal connection with his product. No other deity would willingly take on the body of a man and die a horrible death to have a connection with his or her Creation. That isn’t something you’ll find in other religions.

Second, the religious scriptures of our God are more correct in terms of science, history, and prophecy than the books of any other religion. Although a text cannot be used as absolute evidence of someone’s existence, it does increase the likelihood.

Third, God is not reliant on his Creation. Other faiths (both monotheistic and polytheistic) face theological challenges. If there is just one God, he or she creates out of boredom or loneliness. As a result, the deity would be reliant on his Creation. If there are numerous gods, there is no one powerful deity, so their power is limited. If God is one, yet there are three individuals inside Him (the Trinity), God creates out of love, not a necessity, and preserves His omnipotence.

How Can We Be Sure God Is Present?

In Creation, we can glimpse God. All of Creation’s irreducible intricacy leads to intelligent design. God loves about people he makes and enjoys our beauty, as seen by the beauty and utility of all Creation.

We must investigate how the cosmos came into being in the first place from a logical position. The universe is finite according to the second rule of thermodynamics. That implies it has to be created by something infinite. Based on the mathematical patterns and complexity we witness in Creation, it has to be all-powerful, personal, and everlasting.

Everything in the universe leads to a Creator (Psalm 19:1-4)

As a result, we might inquire where God came from or who created God. The explanation is that God has always been and that nobody created him.

Last Words

God created us. Everything has his fingerprints on it. God’s boundless essence, caring spirit, might, and wisdom are all shown in Creation. Our Father desires a personal connection with his Creation more than any other deity given by any religion.