This is one of those questions that can go either way.
In some ways the two ideas do agree as God Created the World and all around it from nothing and the Big Bang created the universe from Nothing or so one of the main theories goes. But there are a lot of differences like time frames for creation as the earth was not formed in a day.
You could still argue that God did create the Earth and formed it from the rock created after the big bang.
Great question to get the thought processes working first thing on a morning.
No, not really. The Big Bang and Genesis are very different creation myths. The Big Bang generally involves some kind of 'creation from nothing' whereas the original Genesis story appears to allude to the opposite (i.e. creation from something). However, many modern Christians have misinterpreted their Bible and so that's why a lot them now think of this 'Big Bang' nonsense as being an 'act of God's creation'. In fact, the Big Bang theory was invented by a Catholic priest named Georges Lemaitre. His intention was to please the pope with a 'scientific' theory that would support the Catholic dogma of 'creatio ex nihilo' (creation from nothing).
But reality is whole other story. In reality, matter cannot appear out of nowhere. Matter only exists and moves.
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