koin4life wrote:That was my point in saying that God is beyond a timeline, thus his existence has been eternal.
Yes, but my point is that there's no reason at all to suppose that your "God" exists, and you certainly haven't suggested one in this thread.
Doesn't the idea of the big bang not having a cause go against everything that is scientific? Everything must have an equal and opposite reaction?
It doesn't, no. We can't say that the same physical laws applied for the Big Bang that we are familiar with now.
Also, in regards to your last statement, isn't it faith to say that because you have no answers, that God would be invented as opposed to real?
Firstly, I don't say that "God" is an invented idea because I have no answers. "God" was invented partly because humanity in general has no answers, but it's a false answer, one with no sensible reason to suppose true. But secondly, faith doesn't come into it at all on my part. My conclusion is reached by reason and intelligent thought.
You have faith that God is a figment of imagination, just as Christians have faith that God is real.
That's not correct at all; I don't allow faith to cloud my thinking in these matters.