Speaking of the bible, seeing as God has a gender, then God must have a creator before Him. It says that God is the creator of all, but perhaps just the creator of all that 'we' know. Reading the bible, I had found a lot of it to be strange, as God is usually depicted as a person or in material form. I think that what we see as God is the God of all that we can experience in one form or another, but not the creator of all.
I'll buy that! "the God of all that we can experience"