That's not how theists who employ the argument of God not requiring a creator handle infinite regression. They simply reject it as a notion, even though doing so contradicts the logic of their own argument. (ie "All things require a creator, therefore the universe requires a creator") If you're going to be an apologist for irrational thought, you might as well learn the rote. Unless you're born mentally retarded, or physically deformed. Or born diseased, or die shortly after birth (aka way before you ever get a chance to make a choice of your own). Or any number of scenarios that don't involve you having the choice or the opportunity to make any kind of a life for yourself. Not to mention the countless generations in prehistory that lived and died in utter poverty, always near starvation, always in fear, literally fighting for every meal. Some "plan." I've never met a zealot who could reconcile all of their solipsistic beliefs about design or "God's plan for us all," but you don't seem to have given this stuff any thought at all. It's as if you got an idea in your head one day, decided it was the truth, and have defended it as such ever since. Unless you're content as being the Glass Joe of this and many other forums, I suggest educating yourself. Even if you just take a lesson from some of our resident apologists. None of them can stand up to a reasoned argument, but some of them at least give the appearance of intelligence. You say that as if we've been there and didn't find anything. Again, my only and best advice here would be to educate yourself. You're clearly speaking from ignorance.