How do you feel about Stephen Hawking's criterion for judging whether God exists or not?
Quote from Stephen Hawking's book " A Brief History of Time. From the Big Bang to black holes": "The idea that space and time form a closed surface also has very important implications for the role of God in the life of the universe. Due to the success achieved by scientific theories in describing events, most scientists have come to believe that God allows the universe to develop in accordance with a certain system of laws and does not interfere with its development, does not violate these laws. But the laws don't tell us anything about what the universe looked like when it first came into being – it might have been God's doing to wind up the clock and choose the beginning. As long as we believe that the universe had a beginning, we can think that it had a Creator. If the universe is really completely closed and has no borders or edges, then it should have no beginning or end: it just exists, and that's all! Is there still room for the Creator?"