Sitting at lunch with my preschoolers today, I was asked one of those questions.
You know the kind. Just out of the blue a question comes you weren't quite prepared for.
So, I was asked, "Who made God?"
I tried to answer best I could, sounding as smart as I could while eating a ham sandwich. "No one, God has always been here and He will always be here."
That seemed to suffice for the moment. But then the boy replied, "And if He gets killed, He can just come alive again, right?"
"Ummm, right, except God never gets killed."
My only guess is that He's been hearing the Easter story and was referring to that?
How would you have answered his question?