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  1. In the world of science, the answer to the question ‘who created the God?‘ Is probably a given. But, the question itself, though well intentioned, is actually quite silly.

    The question is based on the false assumption that God came from somewhere, and that the best answer to this question is an uncreated entity that is both created and uncreated. This would lead to an infinite regress. If there is a God, he is the only being that can create a world. But he cannot depend on anything else. As a matter of fact, he is in the process of creating a new one.

    One of the smart things about all the Holy scriptures is that it does not tell us who created the god. It tells us what the god is, however. The most obvious reason for this is that the God of the Old scriptures is not the God of the New. As a result, it is not hard to believe that people have lots of questions about their creator.

    First and foremost, it is important to understand that the creation of the universe is not a mistake. That is not to say that there is no god, just that there is no divine force that is responsible for its creation. Instead, God is the creator of humans for His glory, and in the process, He has created a whole new world for mankind to explore and appreciate. God has a plan for each and every individual.

  2. The concept of a deity or deities being responsible for the creation of the universe is a belief held by many religions, but there is no universally accepted answer to this question as it is a matter of faith and personal belief. Different cultures and traditions have their own creation myths and stories that describe the origin of the world and its inhabitants, but none can be definitively proven or disproven

  3. Muslims believe that all creation goes back to the Creator, Allah, Who created all things. No one created Allah. Allah created everything other than Himself.
    And Surah Akhlas are totally about our Allah is one no one create him.

  4. No one.

    Muslims believe that all creation goes back to the Creator, Allah, Who created all things. No one created Allah. Allah created everything other than Himself.

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