I remember that during my university years I read an article asking an interesting question: If the Theory of Everything would be possible, could it unite science and religion? Today, from the 21st century’s perspective, it is easy to simply answer “Yes!” as we now have at least two powerful concepts that claim their universality: the string theory presented by physical sciences and System Outlook concept based on system-information disciplines.
Of the many controversial topics related to science and religion, the question “Who created God?” is one of the most popular. It’s apparent from the first glance that there can be no simple, obvious answer to resolve this question.
Looking back throughout history, discussions on who created God have been around for a long time. In the 18th century, Voltaire wrote, “If God did not exist, it would be necessary to invent him.”