Everything you see, all your logic, concepts et cetera were given to you by the Creator.
This relies on your assumption that there must have been a Creator. The problem is, this is only an assumption and necessarily can never be anything but an assumption, because you weren't present when the Big Bang happened. So, the explanation that there must have been a Creator of the Universe is necessarily flawed; explanations that depend on unsupported assumptions always are.
I don't want to argue with any of you.
Nobody's keeping you here. But if you intend to keep participating in the discussion, you had better understand that it goes both ways. If you say something that people disagree with, they're going to disagree.
You are falling into the same trap that Satan and all his followers did which is to think you are equal with the Creator.
Again, predicated on your unprovable assumption that there is a Creator. But to play along for a moment, I'll freely acknowledge that I'm not on the same level as a being which could presumably create a universe.
Satan and all his followers are divided from the love of God and you will be too if you so choose. My prayer is that you reach out to God and like a child lay out your concerns and questions.
Do you realize just how silly this is? Our brains and minds don't exist so we can turn them off and turn to someone else for answers. Especially not a being who's never been objectively shown to exist in the first place.
He is faithful to answer. Maybe not in your timing or manner but he will in the best possibly way for you and for his plan. Faith is not something that is tangible (and there are many more intangibles). You go to bed each night thinking you will wake up in the morning, is that not faith? Once day you will not wake up. Consider your eternity. With love.
No, it is not faith. Unless something happens to prevent it, I'll wake up every day. It's no more taken on faith than the idea that I'll get hungry unless something happens to prevent it (such as my eating something).
Perhaps he'll be back, perhaps he won't. It was worth saying regardless.