I think I found a logical problem within abrahamic religions. Are there any saints that have written about this? Or can you show how this is wrong?
God created the world from nothing. This means that reality has once been in a state where only God exists. This is why creation was 'from nothing'. There was nothing before that except God.
God is also pure actuality. Meaning that he doesn't change. God only has good traits. He has all good traits. If God were to change then he would acquire a new good trait that he previously wouldn't have had. However then God in the past would not have had all good traits and therefore would have not been God.
If the creation of the world was not good. Then the world would have never been created.
If the creation of the world would have been as good as God existing by himself. Then what was the reason or push for creating the world? Remember that before the world was there was only God. And God doesn't change nor are there any events that might take place to change his mind. If it would have been equally good for God to exist by himself. Then wouldn't the world kind of be a random accident? That there wasn't a purpose and a goal and a reason for existence. That it could have never been. Doesn't that make reality kind of absurd? In physics we learn that if there are two equal forces effecting an object then the object will continue on the same speed and direction that it previously was moving.
If the creation of the world was good. Then why didn't it happen before? If creation began to exist then whenever God existed without creation he would have been lacking a good trait. Which would then make him not God at that moment, since he would be lacking a good trait.
It seems that the only logical conclusion is that the world is co-eternal with God.