Can we have an infinite chain of creators? Imagine you are in a car park and you hear an echo saying “HELLO… HELLO… HELLO.” Would you assume that this echo is eternal? You wouldn’t because you know it must have started somewhere. In the same way, we cannot have an infinite chain of creators, because it must have started somewhere by a creator that is uncreated.
Another example is if a man knocked on your door and said that his car has broken down and he needs you to help push the car to restart it.
And you say that you will only help if your neighbour helps because the car is heavy. But your neighbour says they will only help if their neighbour helps. And your neighbour’s, neighbour’s, neighbour says they will only help if their neighbour helps! If this process of neighbours asking neighbours went on forever, would you ever help the man to move his car?
No, you wouldn’t!
Now let’s apply this principle to our scenario of creators creating creators going on forever.
In the same way that the man’s car would not restart or move, similarly, the universe would not have been created. So for the universe to be in existence, we could not have an infinite amount of creators and instead would need a creator who is eternal. This answers the common question of who created God.
In the same way, imagine an endless set of wagons and no locomotive found !! Can that be logical a whole set of train wagons are travelling without locomotive???
Now back to the question Who created Allah?
You have three possibilities for universe origin:
1. It was created from nothing
2. It was self-created
3. It has an external cause
The first possibility is that the universe was created from nothing. Can something really come from nothing? This is impossible.
We know from our own personal experience of life, as well as the laws of the universe, that things don’t just pop into existence out of nothing. Out of nothing, nothing comes!
If God had a creator who brought Him into existence, then we could ask “who created that God?”
Does the God who created God have a Creator too?
Did someone make Him?
If so, then who created the one who created God?
And who created the one who created the one who created God?
And who created the one who created the one who created the one who created God?
And who created the one who created the one who created the one who created the one who created God? And who created the one who created the one who created the one who created the one who created God?
Thus this is an infinite regress of Creators creating Creators
Then this means there is no Creator not Creation.
Therefore this assumption is totally false
This leads us to the next possibility: the universe was self-created.
👉🏼Can something create itself?
This is a self-contradiction. Something creating itself requires its own pre-existence.
Things cannot exist and not exist at the same time. That would be like saying that your mother gave birth to herself!
💥Since something cannot come from nothing, and self-creation is absurd,
then what is the alternative?
There is one final possibility: 👊the universe has an external cause. When we observe the planets, solar systems, galaxies, stars..
And everything else in the universe, we can see that it is highly ordered, with intricate systems and laws in place.
This implies that there is an intelligent, mind behind the universe, a Creator.
Imagine a set of train locomotives endless can that be ligical no of course
But we can deduce the creator is one because if they were two they would quarrel..
1. A creator having another creator having another creator having another creator
Non stop is insane it means no universe
2. Universe having no creator
This is insane too nothing can do nothing because it 0 thing no power no intelligence etc
3. Creator having no creator and is independent which is the most logical one
Because if they are only two you would see indifference in the universe
While now you can see one complete complex and amazing entity kingdom of Allah the system is one from atom to galaxy and more
If one rule of universe is void the universe would all collapse
This question can be reformed like this: “Who created the Uncreated?” Does this question
,,,,,makes any sense?
👉🏼God is by definition Uncreated. Asking the question is equivalent of saying that there is no creation or nothing in existence today. Because if we ask, “What caused the cause that caused the universe?”, then we also have to ask, “What caused the cause that caused the cause that caused the universe?” Let’s continue, “What caused the cause that caused the cause that caused the cause that caused the universe?!” So this goes on and on and on to backwards, but at one point, there has to be an uncaused cause which is independent, or there would be nothing in existence today. If it is unlimited, it means that there is no end. In other words, if God had a creator, then he would not be God. Indeed, then his creator would be the ‘real God’.
If we do not understand how God is without a beginning, it is our limitation. So the problem is with us, not with God. However, we can surely come to a rational and logical conclusion that we cannot have an infinite chain of creators, because it must have started somewhere by a Creator that is Uncreated. So for the universe to be in existence, by necessity, we could not have an infinite amount of creators, but instead would need an Ultimate Creator Who is Uniquely One, Eternal, and Self-Sufficient. That’s why a rational mind cannot raise the question, and if such question comes to anyone’s mind, he should seek refuge in God from being such ignorant.
❐ Some claim: I can‟t see God:
However, none of us has ever seen our great great great great great grandmother, neither do we have any access to her DNA, nor any testable evidence. But can we deny that she existed?
👉🏼👉🏼👉🏼How about gravity? It’s not visible at all even with sophisticated devices
If God could be touched, felt, and seen, would that be God? How can Omnipotent God, the irresistible, be limited within the capabilities of His creation? We cannot even look at the sun,
which is a small star in the universe, then how can we look at God, the Creator of the universe?
The sun cannot be looked at even on eclipse day because it really blinded many because of that..now how about the Light of Allah the Al Mighty. Dare anyone bear it?
Neither Moses nor anyone could!
God created us in a way that we are not capable to see Him in this world. It is not possible to discover God by our limited abilities, because He is outside the ‘creation box’, and He is not bounded by the laws of nature.
God, the Exalted, is unlike His creation. It would be irrational to say that the Creator created us, and then became part of us or His creation.
He is beyond the universe, and also beyond our imagination. But we can prove God through evidences and logic.
The complexity of the universe, the laws of nature, the brilliance behind every creation, and even the alternation of night and day are all evidences for men of understanding that there is a Wise
The Creator Who has put this package together. We just need to humble ourselves to accept this truth