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He didn't say that we can't

He didn't say that we can't conceive of the beginning and end of time. He said we can't conceive of eternity. The OP's question is one of the most amateur criticisms of theism that exists because it doesn't even take into account the fact that the creator is eternal. By definition, He would be self-existent - not coming from anything. The OP, and perhaps you, obviously can't comprehend the concept of an eternal creator or else this question would not need be asked. There are MUCH better criticisms of theism to bring up than this. However, I don't believe any of them are logically sound.

"No physical quantity explains it's own existence, and no amount of time can consume an infinite series of events to bring you to the present, which means all of these somewhere have to be explained by one self-existent cause which is not physical."