First Cause -- an e-mail
Here is an easy question--------
It is said that God created every thing,
Who created God?
A more complicated God, a super God created God, A super-super God created this super God, A super-super-super God created this super-super God, and so on forever. There are an uncountable, infinite number of them. Like a Russian doll, except there are an infinite number of them.
Going one step further
The super God is all-knowing -- knows everything God has done, does and will do. Similarly the super-super to the super, etc.
The super God is all-powerful -- can do anything to God, including all that mere people think of as good and evil, Similarly the super-super to the super, etc.
Some say God is basically unknowable. If that is so, then likely the super God and the super-super God, etc. are unknowable. So what do you know about them except that they exist?
And they all work through politics, one on top of the other:-)
This is assuming there is an external God that created everything.
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