What Caused God?
If God caused our universe into existence, then what caused God into existence? That’s a valid question and one that Christians will be asked. After all, the laws of physics that govern our universe state that anything that comes into existence must be caused into existence. Since God exists, mustn’t He be caused? This week’s video and blog provide an answer to that question using an adaptation of the cosmological argument for the existence of God:
The laws of physics that govern time and space state that anything that comes into existence must have a cause that brought it into existence. Since those laws govern time and space, time and space itself must have a cause that brought it into existence. Therefore, the cause of time and space, by necessity, must exist outside of time and space in order to be able to cause time and space into existence. That cause is God, who is the only uncaused cause. God does not have to be caused since He exists outside of time and space and is not bound by the laws of physics that govern time and space. And since He is not bound by time, He can be eternal.
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