If there was an answer to “who made God”, your next question would be “who made him”? This could be a never ending cycle. We, as thinking intelligent creatures, believe that everything has a beginning and has an end. The scriptures speak of beginnings, and the most popular is the first verse of the first book of the Bible, Genesis 1:1 “In the beginning God created the heaven and the earth”.  Whatever mechanism God used, this is the creation of everything in our known universe.

But God has no beginning and has no end. This is a difficult concept indeed. It may be easy to understand that God doesn’t have an end, but how can God have no beginning?

One possible understanding may be again from Genesis 1:1. Prior to the creation of the physical universe, there was no time (as we perceive it). Time, itself, was created when the universe was created. Look up the definition of time in any dictionary and you will find something similar to, “..an interval between any two successive events”. So, before Genesis 1:1, there were no events, therefore there was no such thing as time.

Our understanding of the nature of God comes from the scriptures like Isaiah 55:9 which says, “For as the heavens are higher than the earth, so are my ways higher than your ways, and my thoughts than your thoughts.” Just as humans are on a higher life nature than the microscopic amoeba, we have to understand that God is on a much higher life nature than humans. We cannot fully comprehend what his Divine Nature is like. But looking at our universe which he created, that alone shows the power and glory of his nature.

Moses asked God to show himself, but God said “Thou canst not see my face: for there shall no man see me, and live.” Exodus 33:20. God’s Divine Nature is of such immense glory, that it outshines any light, and therefore cannot be viewed by humans. Similarly, humans cannot even comprehend the dimensions of the Divine Nature. God in His Divine Nature existed before the beginning of time.

Who Made God? The answer is no one. God always was, is, and will be. Both Christian believers and non-believers have to agree that “Something” has always been around. Non-believers have to believe that something always existed to cause the formation of the universe. Christian believers have to believe that God always existed. He created the universe.

I think it’s easier to believe that God has always existed.