Gnostic Doctrine

Tuesday, 8 January 2019

Who Created God?

Who created God?

In the year that Uzziah died I saw the Lord…” Isaiah 6:1 – The ...

This begs the question: Who created God? a question of the type: who baptised John the baptist? The bible ' answers' as follows:

10 You are my witnesses, is the utterance of Jehovah: even my servant whom I have chosen, in order that you may know and have faith in me, and that you may understand that I am the same One. Before me there was no God formed, and after me there continued to be none (Isaiah 43).

So he had no divine father. 

9 Remember the first things of a long time ago, that I am the Divine One and there is no other God, nor anyone like me (Isaiah 46).

He was alone in divinity from the beginning to the days of Isaiah.

11 “You are worthy, Lord, even our God, to receive the glory and the honor and the power, because you created all things, and because of your will they existed and were created.”

The above scripture implies that Gods will existed before all creation occurred which would logically imply that God himself was not created God created space and time  

If God was not created than how did he come into existence? Well one answer is that he has always been in existence. The sense in which this is meant is not that given any amount of time in the past he was always around before that time. It is rather that he himself created time.  

and what does he mean by beginning? You see some can argue that he means beginning as in God forever and eternal past. But if that’s the case, there really is no beginning with God others might argue well beginning in the sense that when God conceived of creating the perfect sons and daughters of God the human beings. Whatever other beings he might have created in the universe that was the beginning and the son was there from the beginning and the church as well. 

The message here is that God has everything in mind from the beginning. Whatever he produces from the beginning and as the Brethren of that beginning Christ is the eternal forever in the past or at the beginning at the time of which he conceived the concept of the son as being part of the story of humankind. This does not really matter because for us humans from our perspective it is the beginning of everything anyway and that’s really all we need to know and we’ll probably likely ever know anyway.

Yahweh is the name of Uncreated Power, Elohim, the organizations of that Power after its image and likeness, whether they belong to the sun, moon, and stars of the universe, or to Israel.

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