I had some visitors the other day and we were discussing a bunch of different things. During the conversation for some reason or other, we ended up by talking about Christ and the Bible. I was asked a question and this question was, “If God created Adam and Eve, who created God?” To me it was a weird question to ask because I don’t think anyone can answer that.
Well, having a suspicious mind, when someone would ask me something of the sort, I become suspicious as to why this person would ask me that sort of question. Now was it just to see what kind of answer I would give? Or was it just to get me thinking on that sort of thing and maybe lower my belief in Christianity? Or maybe it was just an innocent question to ask for lack of anything else to say.
I don’t think that a person that would ask that kind of question would have a deep faith in Christianity, because if that person knew what the Bible said about "In the beginning..." in Genesis and in other parts of the Bible, they would know that what the Christian view of God being eternal was, and they would already know the answer to the question and need not ask it.
That's my observation of the day, not a rant but something I wondered if people thought was a weird question or not.