So, nobody sees the problem with the claim that the God of Jews and Christians "originates" his "existence" from written scriptures. I see King Solomon, nearly hits the answer while taking one of his fan-pleasing roundhouse kicks at religion, but everyone else just sits around scratching.
Uh, me not as smurt as u, but mebbe u speak about circlar lodgik, where faith in gawd be based on Bible book claims that gawd exist?
So yeah, but you weren't the first to notice that little problem, and many of us used that argument on JWs, to have it bounce off their helmeted heads; no effect. It's almost as good as when a Xian uses the Bible to tells an atheist, "the fool says in their heart there is no God". Yeah, like maybe the Bible would contain a scripture saying, "ya' know, those atheists DO make pretty compelling, science-based evidence to support their ideology: you might consider looking into it...."
KSol-When a man can create something from nothing- not out of something else already existing, then I would have to reconsider my belief that humans are spiritual beings and of God's existence.
Start reconsidering then:
Einstein is the one who is credited with explaining matter (something) can be created from energy, and vice-versa (energy from matter is easier to do, obviously), with his famous E = mc².
NOW, prove to me not only that God exists, but that he created anything (whether matter or energy) from nothing.... Pretty hard to do, as God has to be something himself, right? Is he energy? So, who created the energy that he is made of? Himself?
It's easy to say impossible illogical nonsense, but simply ascribing them to something imaginary is no solution.
BTW, you're assuming that matter and energy need to be created: says who?