What you've stumbled upon is the old "irreducible complexity" argument. If you're one of those people that believes things don't come about naturally, you're going to demand a creator force. But who created the creator? Assuming a creator doesn't solve your problem, it just adds one more layer to the onion; a layer that there is no evidence for. Now, if you're talking about the Christian God character, he believed in a pantheon of gods,especially in the old testament. When He said, "Thou shalt not have other gods before me," he wasn't messing around or telling people not to believe in other gods, he literally meant, "All these other gods? Yeah, me first, because I am super-god." Back when the Bible was written, people saw angels and demons as gods as well. When it was written, the people of the book were actually polytheists, so if you want the Masters in Writing and Literature answer, there you have it.