Proof Big Bang is false?
Who created God? Does God necessarily (used philosophically) require a creator? Well, i) every tangible thing is necessarily contingent. I.e. nothing you can touch and feel and see etc. just came out of nowhere It was caused. ii) There can not be an infinite regress of tangible things, because there can be no actual infinity (This is a premise atheists like to mock. The responses of the medieval Muslim philosophers to their criticism of this is point is much stronger than anything we have access to; particularly the works of Abu Hamid al-Ghazzaali and Abu Yusuf al-Kindi; so take a look a them. It is generally the case that Western atheists don't even know who these people were. This means, eventually there will be a cause that is intangible. I.e. If there is no infinity of tangible things, then it is necessary for there to be an intangible cause in the chain of causes. iv) Something intangible is not considered necessarily contingent. Therefore, God does not require--by necessity--a creator
I understand if you do not agree with my allegation, however I want some feedback(perhaps some mature feedback, no trolls)