Originally Posted by nvxplorer
This has absolutely nothing to do with your original claim. I missed the point indeed.
(Your locic is faulty; i.e, who created God? If you claim that God - an incredibly complex entity - can exist without need for creation, then your logic fails again.)
God does not need a creator because he IS. This is the crux of it. There is no need for the creator to have a creator.
God does not need to prove himself or that he exists because that would put the proof or logic greater than himself. When he says he is that is all that we need. This is logical.