The Correct Answer Is: TRUE
Exodus 3:14: "And God said to Moses, "I AM WHO I AM." And He said, "Thus you shall say to the children of Israel, 'I AM has sent me to you.'"
This phrase "I AM WHO I AM" might sound strange in English, but in Hebrew it reads: 'eh-yeh, asher eh-yeh'. It is this Hebrew rendering that gives us the true meaning of what God told Moses in Exodus 3: which was that of real, perfect, unconditioned, independent existence. In this context, God was contrasting himself with the Egyptian gods (and all other gods), which all had a beginning, and were tied to a culture. God was unlike them, because, first, he was not man-made in that he pre-existed man, and second, that he was not made, in that he has always existed. It is hard to comprehend of something or someone as having always existed because that is simply not our experience. Everything in this universe that has ever or will ever exist, had to have a beginning. But not so with God. How is that possible? Because God is not of this universe: he is not matter. God is Spirit (John 4:24). And as a Spirit, God is not bound by the laws of this universe (laws that he created). As such, He can (and does) exist without a beginning. And since this God has always existed, he is the only true God of this universe, and therefore the God that all peoples, in all nations should worship.