God was a super advanced alien that tried to detonate a bomb to attack another space station. However, god couldn't fly his ship away from the explosion in time and he died in the explosion which was the big bang. Apparently, it turned into a mini-universe which we now live in.
"What created god?" God is not physical, thus physical rules don't apply to it. Time is a physical characteristic, as such there is no before god, there is no after god. He is just a constant limitless by time. Unfortunately, the same cannot be true with our universe because our universe is bound by only physical characteristic. Physical events only come from other events, you cannot have an event come from nothing. In conclusion the only explanation for the physical world would be something not bound by it, creating it. As such a god exist.
Mwedwards: Life doesn't exist "despite all logic". It exists in accordance with the laws of organic (carbon based) chemistry. Also, the big bang was most likely caused by a chemical reaction. Reactions release energy. Energy takes the form of motion. There could not have been stillness before the big bang because a feature of all atoms is the random motion of their electrons. Motion is constant and unstoppable.
I should probably stop now. I've been caught up in too many debates on this same topic on other sites. Might as well post this because it's already written.
"Also, the big bang was most likely caused by a chemical reaction." *Face palm* I hope you are being sarcastic, if not, I have to warn you that your understanding of the big bang is quite limited and wrong.
WNdebater: Besides you did not even answer the argument I made, and that was "Atheists claim that life started from one ancient cell, but can not give evidence that supports how the non-biological materials (atoms) could somehow become this cell. " The fact is, the more and more we know about cells, the less plausible the explanation that it just happens become. To believe that a bunch of non-living material could just become something living is not logical.