To argue that God does not exist on the basis that - if God created the universe then he must exist as part of the universe and therefore how could he create the universe - is itself a fallacy based on an over reliance on cause and effect.
It is an over reliance of the rationalized system of cause and effect but such has been established over and over again via scientific experiments over the years. This system of cause and effect does not make the assumption of a God, but a natural observation(s) from experiments conducted here, in this world. To make the assumption of a God put into this is a far jump, non linear nor logical.
The universe according to scientific enquiry and big big theory did indeed spring from a nothing or a singularity, which at the very least challenges the first law of thermodynamics, summarised as energy can neither be created or destroyed, also born out of scientific enquiry.
In the universe as we know it, with the energy already spread from the hypothesized singularity point, cooled down, thus the summarized laws that Matter can not be created nor destroyed within a given system
, to finish the law.. lol. This is the system now, and as such, energy is in a constant process of transformation from one form to another. This is an observation from within the system, again after billions of years of the cooling down process, natural laws of interactions came into being and we, today, on our small world with our small selves attempt to understand the vastness of it all...
Astrophysicists have a mathematical model, shown by various observations and equations the potential for a minimum of 11 dimensions intersecting ours all at the same time as well as the existence of a 2nd universe. (Though remains to be physically proven)
Also Quantum physics is rife with examples of particles that pop into and out of existence. Cause and effect seems so obvious and so much a part of our day to day reality, however that does not make it a universal law.
I am not familiarized enough to agree nor disagree with your points, but I highly doubt that they simply pop into and out of existence, just as the singularity point has a strong possible source, but that does not mean a being of "Divinity" is behind it.
The thing is the proving of disproving of God is generally futile as the concept of God is so subjective, ranging from White bearded old man in the clouds, to the pure and limitless awareness that infuses all things with presence. it is a bit like trying to prove or disprove a + b = c.
I disagree, as the philosophers through the ages have a great mass of work attributed to prove such things, but it is the individual, with the agenda, that determines what they choose to use as their reference point and/or basis for such... I personally find no logic that leads me to such a conclusion that a "God" type being exists at all... but conditioned genesis does carry weight for our systems existence all to the way to our meager existence.
again, as pointed before... basic law of intro algebra... A+B=c, thus A-C=B... lol
We live in a reality that doesn't respect our laws - Things can spring from nothing while at the same time energy can not be destroyed. Doesn't make sense? Well nor does football to an ant.
It makes sense that we have yet so much to learn, but that doesn't mean, again that an all powerful being is the cause of such...
God created the universe,
ergo, God is evil... lmao