The challenge is to try and understand the concept of God through a human paradigm. It's like trying to explain 11 dimensions to a 3 dimension being. God has been personified for human cognition - in my opinion you're not questioning the existence of God but questioning the mental paradigm of how you interpret God.

Dawkins logic is interesting but again confined to 3 dimensions. Essentially what created God.. to be created implies a sense of time (birth) and if God is beyond dimensions then the creation point becomes mute. It's like arguing if energy can not be created or destroyed then what created it initially...

The other two books you have mentioned are just human fallacies within religion. Over time and as science progresses the evidence will come to light and it will not be called "God" but another pseudo scientific term.

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Kh63

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