Here is a puzzler.

“Did God have a mother?” Children, when told that God made the heavens and the earth, innocently ask whether God had a mother. This deceptively simple question has stumped the elders of the church and embarrassed the finest theologians, precipitating some of the thorniest theological debates over the centuries. All the great religions have elaborate mythologies surrounding the divine act of Creation, but none of them adequately confronts the logical paradoxes inherent in the question that even children ask. -Michio Kaku, physicist (b. 1947)


One Response to “Here is a puzzler.”

  1. Trevor Hilton Says:

    God is an all powerful spirit. So, no, He doesn’t have a mother. He has a Son, Jesus Christ, Who died on the cross to pay for my sins.
    And, if I accept Him as my Lord and Savior, I will spend eterniy in Heaven.

    That’s what I believe.

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