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If nothing can only produce nothing, how did our universe start from nothing without God?


There are many unanswered questions in the science and astronomy fields. Since these fields can not have God as an answer, they toss out data that disproves their belief about a Creator. Actually a Creator would explain a lot of things.

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Best Answer Rod Martin Jr (lone77star) says

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    Billie Kelpin 3 years ago

    It seems to me that the concept of creation is exactly contiguous with cause-effect, action-reaction whereas "mass can neither be created nor destroyed" opens up the mind to the concept of an un-caused cause.

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    Bill Akers (jstfishinman) 3 years ago

    Dr. Leaky in the 1940's believed our earths C-14-Co2 levels would be equal. He took air samples to back his theory up. the scientific belief being carbon equalizes after 30,000 years. All of the air samples showed no equalization. The data was tossed


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    Bill Akers (jstfishinman) 3 years ago

    The premise for scientific study is how did all this begin. There was a starting point in nothingness with no atoms, no molecules. The question is always the beginning.


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    taburkett 3 years ago

    a mental state of personal concoction does not make an environment. the Spirit of the Lord does not control, but leads by example. every individual is personally responsible for themselves. the Creator exists because the Spirit of the Lord is alive.


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    Bill Akers (jstfishinman) 3 years ago

    I am an avid reader and have read Stephen Hawking. Everything has a beginning, a start if you will, even energy. What started energy? I have always found that aside from a creator, there is no explanation for things beginning in the science.


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    Chris Mills (cam8510) 3 years ago

    I am not an atheist, but I do believe that you are correct in your assessment of most who believe in a god. Very well put.


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    Bill Akers (jstfishinman) 3 years ago

    Evolution itself is unprovable and can not be duplicated in a lab or in nature and yet many choose to believe it. I believe we all make choices as to what believe. Some believe the internet, others what they learned in school. My answers lead to God.


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    Alan (jonnycomelately) 3 years ago

    I like your way of thinking Dan. For me, what you say is true and the only way I can arrive at the "truth."

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    Bill Akers (jstfishinman) 3 years ago

    Even when talking about energy, something or someone had to start energy in motion otherwise it just sits there like a couch potato. Not only that but energy of any kind would have to have a start, a beginning, if you will.


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  • JThomp42 3 years ago

    There are "many" scientists who are professed Christians! The same all jargon from the same old argument.


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  • Rayne123 3 years ago

    Thats a good response. See but you also brought up a good point "that you have been able to see", what we see is only temporal its the unseen that is here forever. The unseen that does amazing things sometimes


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    Bill Akers (jstfishinman) 3 years ago

    My question was designed solely to create dialogue. Physics says that nothing produces nothing. To begin with something I agree demands an explanation. I also know science or any other human endeavor will never explain our complex universe.


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    Bill Akers (jstfishinman) 3 years ago

    I AM THAT I AM tells us that God always was, if you believe the Bible. We can also read how the angels and heaven were created before light on the earth. My belief in God is a personal relationship built on my findings about the beginning.


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    Alan (jonnycomelately) 3 years ago

    " It is through the choice of each person that the Creator either lives or dies..." Exactly! So the Creator exists only in the human mind.

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    Bill Akers (jstfishinman) 3 years ago

    The biggest hold-up in scientific analysis is close mindedness. Anything proving a Creator has to be wrong. If you allow for a Creator, then you can follow the science and prove or disprove a creator without pre-existing ideas stopping the truth.


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    Alan (jonnycomelately) 3 years ago

    When you are asleep, you have no conscious awareness. The same when you are under anaesthetic. You were in a state of Nothingness. Somethingness existed without your knowledge. No proof except you woke up again.


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    Bill Akers (jstfishinman) 3 years ago

    As a Christian that is always searching for answers, I found God in my studies. When I would try to look for other explanations God kept coming up as an answer. I know that the evidence of God is present if you look for Him. Some refuse to look!


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    Chris Mills (cam8510) 3 years ago

    You said, "I believe that we should never question the unknown. The unknown is our path to destiny. If we were suppose to know something there would be an answer/fact to that very question." If we followed this path, we would still live in caves.

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    Rebecca Furtado 3 years ago

    I f we accept that man , "was made in the image of God" we understand God in terms of our human experience. Hence, Religion might be 'manmade " but not completely wrong on the nature of God. Science helps us understand God the Creator ,

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