Perhaps a reference to causality: Every effect has a cause. God is not an effect so he needs no cause. Everything else in the universe is an effect of God's created energy so God is the First Cause.
I guess you never saw my post refuting this theory.
You can call god the first cause all you want but there is a problem that you refuse to acknowledge about it.
Before the universe, and after the universe comes into being.
p1. If god is the creator of the universe.
p2. The universe has not always existed.
q1. If god has always existed, but the universe has not always existed then, there must have been a moment when god "decided" to create the universe.
q2. If god comes to a point to "decide" create the universe wouldn't this incorporate your same logical fallacy?
q3. What was god's previous thought to creating the universe?
q4. Was god's only thought, to create the universe?
q5. If God had previous thoughts to creating the universe then what was the cause for god to decide to create the universe?
p3. If god had a purpose for creating the universe then that god would have had to have previous causes leading up to creating the universe.
p4. There would have been an endless succession of previous causes for god's motivation to create the universe.
p5. If god is infinite then there would have been an infinite succession of previous thoughts before having the motivation to create the universe.
p6. If there is an infinite amount of previous thoughts then by all means the thought to create the universe would never happen.
q6. Can god have all thoughts all at the same time? (Infinite amount of thoughts all at the exact same time)
p7. If god had all infinite thoughts at exact the same time then the universe would have been created an infinite amount of time ago.
Why? (to p7.)
Well when exactly would god have an infinite amount of thoughts? All at the same time within it's being. Which makes it an infinite amount of time because you are claiming god is infinite so these thoughts would also have to occur an infinite amount of time previously. You can't have one without the other.
s1. God never had the thought, "Create a universe."
q8a. If god never had the motivation to create the universe then why was the universe created?
q8b. Just a random thought?
q8c. An involuntary reaction?
C1. If god is infinite then god could never have arrived at the thought or motivation or decision to create the universe.
C2. If god never had the motivation to create the universe then god did not create the universe.
C3. God could not have created the universe.
P~ There are probably no gods.