posted on Jul, 16 2013 @ 11:35 AM
16 years while doing a little county time (yeah, I was a fool back then) I was speaking to a hard core atheists, And when I say hard core, I mean hard
core. You couldn't even open your Bible or anything without this guy butting in on your conversation. He was more of pest than anything. He just had
to remind you that God was not real.
Anyway, me and this guy would go back and forth all day long about the topic, he would rattle me and I would rattle him, it was pretty entertaining.
Not a day went by that he didn't come over and start asking me a ton of questions.
Despite our differences we ended up being pretty good friends.
But there is one question he asked that still puzzles me to this day, mainly because I have no idea.
He asked "Well if God created everything in the universe, where was He before He created it? One the edge of the universe or something?" Of course he
ended that question with a sinister laugh
Normally I have some pretty fast comebacks, but that one stop me in my tracks. All I could say was "I have no idea" he goes "Well you think about
that" and walks away with a grin
To this day I still haven't been able to come up with an answer that makes any sense.
Anyway, that's a little history about myself and where I first heard that question.
How would you have responded to that question? Naturally no one has the answer to this question, but a little speculation is fun from time to time.
So were do you think God was before He created the universe and everything in it?
edit on 16-7-2013 by RealTruthSeeker because: (no reason