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  1. If you ask ” who?”, then you believe that there is a rational Being-the Creator. According to the Abrahamic (monotheistic) religions, a single Creator God created everything in our world and in the transcendent world. We certainly can't say anything about Him. All we know is that He communicates with us in some way. This gives us hope that we will get to know Him better someday. After physical death and after the end of the world. Then (this is only according to the version of Christianity) the next universe will be created. And it looks like people will participate in Creation-2. It is possible that science develops precisely for this purpose.

  2. Unfortunately, no one will ever give an answer to this question. Of course, there are many assumptions and hypotheses, but it will never be possible to verify their truth.

    Someone claims that our universe was created by God, and someone sees it as the result of chaotic events, etc. The theories of both look quite logical, and both have a lot of followers. But no one can take a step back in time to verify their assumptions. For the criterion of truth is always practice.

    The insolubility of this question only needs to be accepted, and only ignorance will always shout: “I know.”

  3. Your question originally contains the answer to your own question. When you wrote the word “who”, you immediately introduced the axiom that the universe could have been created by someone personally, by their own will, intelligently or unintelligently. And the question is raised not about how it was created, but about the identity of the creator: you need to say who exactly. Therefore, it is natural that this question is addressed to theologians, who will answer you quite unambiguously: “God”. It does not matter what name the creator of the universe is called in theology: only his function is important. He creates the universe and is the Beginning of everything and everything. So the direct answer to your question is ” God.” If you want to know the opinion of more than just theologians, then reformulate the question.

  4. This type of question does not apply to the natural sciences or even to theology. There is a logical circle here: time is part of the universe, and therefore it cannot be placed on the time axis.

    It is the same with creation: the universe, by definition, includes its Creator.

  5. I want to address the author of the question directly, and offer the following version, as a person who is engaged in quantum physics.

    My answer to the question “Who created the universe” is very simple-God. But the Essence of God may well be the Essence of Light. Light, in turn, has a wave structure and, most importantly, the frequencies of electromagnetic vibrations.

    Now, this assumption is that the structure of Light resonantly responds to the entire spectrum of frequencies of energy Pulses that are inherent in the very Nature of this Light. These resonant formations in the light stream, which have an appropriate frequency range, can create Images of the pre-material existence of some particles smaller than elementary ones.

    It is possible that in the light stream primary, so far figurative, material particles are formed, the interaction of which creates magnetic and electric fields, and then the particles that make up atoms, again resonantly responding to a certain frequency.

    In the Bible, there is an Image that suggests the existence of a light Ion that is born in light Energy, provided that it is greeted by a Frequency that carries an energy Pulse. But scientists do not have the concept of a “light ion”. And they won't find it themselves until they believe the Holy Gospel.

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