“Who made God?” is a timeless question, and yet, it’s flawed because it’s based on a misconception. God is not a created being; He is eternal, without a beginning or end, transcending time itself. Philosophers, including Aristotle, recognized the need for an “unmoved mover” as the uncaused first cause, which aligns with the Christian concept of God. While atheists propose a multiverse, Christians view God as the supremely intelligent creator of all existence. The Bible describes God as the self-existent “I am that I am,” signifying that God’s essence is “being” itself. Any attempts to further explain God only lead to a philosophical infinite regress. God stands as the eternal, uncaused, and ultimate reality beyond human comprehension. And so the answer to “Who made God?” is actually profound in its simplicity: nobody.