If God can "exist for all eternity," then so can anything?!<quoted text>
No, I'm merely destroying your argument by demonstrating the fallacious assumptions you made. The Kalam cosmological argument is an old one, and it's been addressed by people far better at it than even I, but even with my simplistic notion your argument dies, and quick. If your god can just "come into being," then anything can "just come into being." If your god can "exist for all eternity," then so can anything "exist for all eternity."
You just have to interpret what other people state to suit your own agenda, I know it's a habit, but try to keep at least one eye in reality.
Lol, that would denote His "Godness"....
You're so wrong.
You're using the good ole "Every event must have a cause, and each cause must in turn have its own cause" argument to try & prove that God even once had a creator.
At least you're admitting to His existence. That's a good start.