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Who created god asked by atheist friend ?

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Asked by hemant mehta, 11 Apr '12 11:39 am
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This is a very tricky Question asked usually by atheists and rationalists.
Once a close friend of mine, while beginning a Da'wah discussion with a rationalist in an atheist organisation in Bombay asked, "This is a pencil. How did it come into existence? It has to have a creator. This is a book. How did it come into existence? It has to have a creator." Thus by giving answers to his own questions, he proved that everything has a creator. He then posed the following questions: "If the pencil is created in a factory, who created the factory? The answer is an engineer or some similar person. Who created that engineer? There also has to be a Creator of this engineer. Similarly who created the sun, the moon, the stars, etc.? There has to be a creator for everything". Then he posed the question, "Do you agree that everything has a creator?" The atheist replied, "We will agree only on the condition that you should not back out in future from your own statement that everything has a creator." ...more
Answered by lilliput, 11 Apr '12 11:40 am

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This question is a major objection that atheists put forward to justify their disbelief. Bertrand Russell (18721970), a famous British philosopher, in his influential little essay, Why I am not a Christian, put this forward as his first objection.1 Todays atheists repeat the objection, including Richard Dawkins (The God Delusion) and Australias own Philip Adams at the 2010 Global Atheists Congress in Melbourne Australia, who said,

The great argument for God was that there had to be a Creation, a beginning. But my objection was simple. If God was the beginning who began God?2

This principle of causation is so fundamental that if I said that the chair you are sitting on, which must have had a beginning, just popped into existence without any cause, you might justifiably think I need a psychiatric assessment!

The universe had a beginning; almost no one disputes that, because the laws of thermodynamics demand it: the universe is running down and it cannot have been running do ...more
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Answered by anil garg, 30 Jul '12 01:18 am

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