This question has a false premise. It assumes that God was, in fact, created. For something to be created, it must have a beginning. God does not. I hesitate to use the word, “eternal”, but I will say that God *transcends* the time and space limitations of this universe. This is not as unscientific as it may sound. Many scientists postulate a limitless “mother” universe which gives “birth” to finite “child” universes like the one we find ourselves in. That sounds almost religious, doesn’t it?
Christianity was born for endurance; it is not an exotic, but a hardy plant, braced by the keen wind; not languid, nor childish nor cowardly. It walks with strong step and erect frame; it is kindly, but firm; it is gentle, but honest; it is calm, but not facile; decided, but not churlish. It does not fear to speak the stern word of condemnation against error, nor to raise its voice against surrounding evils, knowing that it is not of this world.