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The Context for the Big Bang

Updated on August 20, 2018

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The Only Reality Hypothesis

The Context for the big bang.

There is a reality that exists before time or the physical realm began. It permeates all and dictates by law how all comes to pass. There is no suspending of this law. There is no existence outside of this law. It is the context of our experience of reality. Everything after the beginning is still in the context of the first cause. This reality, law, or context could be seen as God. This is true what ever you name Him. We may argue that this First Cause is this god or that. We may argue what that First Cause is like and how it behaves, but we cannot deny that there is a First Cause. Even if you think that the world was generated by the “big bang,” there was something that made it happen. There was a context in which it happened, for even time and space were bound up in the singularity. Therefore the context in which the singularity happened is outside time and space.

God exists in all that is. All that is consists by Him. And every action only happens by borrowing His power. This context by which the singularity existed is what we commonly call the spiritual realm. It is outside of time. It is outside of space. It permeates physical reality, but is beyond it. Now, again, you may disagree with what that spiritual realm is like. You may describe it differently, but we cannot say that it is not there. We know that all space and time was bound up in the singularity. So, the context of the singularity is outside of time and space.

I can prove that there is something that exists outside of space and time. And yet this still affects space and time. Information is not completely explained by time and space. You can take a disk. You can weigh it, study it, and tear it apart to an atomic level. You can take the same disk and fill it with an encyclopedia. You cannot weigh that information. The disk weighs the same before and after. Yet the full disk is far more valuable than the empty. That information exists. We interact with it. We use it. We need it. But it is not the disk. It is not the magnetic or visual changes that happen to the molecular composition or organization of the media. The information is only reflected by the disk. In the same way, there is information that exists outside of space and time. All we can do is try to capture and use and store it. There are laws that function before we understand them. Something caused the laws to function as they do. We may disagree on what the First Cause for the laws of Thermal Dynamics was. But something causes the laws to function and keep functioning even before we understood them. This law matrix is an evidence of the context that existed before the singularity began. Good and Bad (whatever your definitions of those things are) are not dictated by physical realities.

God is able to do everything. There is nothing He cannot do. Sin is to do something outside of your rights to do. God cannot sin because it would be impossible for Reality to step outside of Itself. Sin casts the person outside of reality into insanity. The carnal mind cannot grasp the things of the Spirit because the Spirit is reality. Reality is God. God is not the cause of pain. He is not cruel. Man has stepped outside the parameters of God’s laws. This human life is pain, tragedy, heartache because this life is not in unison with Reality. Jesus Christ died to fix our problem and bring us back into harmony with the Ultimate reality that is beyond time and space, to God Himself.

By Andrew Grosjean 1993

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      Andrew Grosjean 

      10 years ago from Detroit

      Time is a dimensional attribute of the universe. When I refer to time, I am not referring to our set of records or events that occur. I am referring an aspect of reality in which matter and energy exists. If you were to take away this forth dimension, matter and energy could not exist as they do. Just has we have a height, width, length, we also have a forth dimension of time (along with several others that most people know nothing about).

      Now physicists speculate that we are being pushed in one direction in the dimension of time, because the higher dimensions are curled upon themselves in a way that I as a layman cannot explain.

      Time is not the same as time keeping. Time is a dimension of reality that exists whether we keep track of it or not. Keeping track of it allows us to know that it is there. But there was a existence before space/time began. That reality is the context for physical reality. It governs physical reality. That reality will continue even when this physical reality is dissolved in fire.

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      10 years ago

      yes it cannot be seen but can be measured as interval of events.

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      10 years ago

      God? Yes. Before time? No! May be you mean 'before clocks moved'. But why do you christians bother about big bang and 'time?' May be you don't know scientist can only see a clock, never 'time.' physicist's use of time means a different thing, not time. Pleace reframe your language.

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      10 years ago

      time/space.....singularity....bigbang..laws of universe...all beings...are in order and behind the order must be a cause (CREATOR) GOD.Now the creature ask proof of their CREATOR --very well!

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      Vicky Gentry 

      11 years ago from Las Vegas, Nevada

      I totally agree with you. I just worded it wrong. My mistake. Everything came into existance when God spoke it. Amazing the power of God! I have a hub relating to this called "Is there proof of God's existance". Check it out when you get a moment. Blessing to you Pastor and I am looking forward to reading more of your hubs.

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      Andrew Grosjean 

      11 years ago from Detroit

      Actually, in whatever way you approach this from either a scientific way or in a creationist way, Time did not exist before the singularity. The Scientist that understands this will acknowledge that all space and time was in the singularity. That is my point. There has to be a context for the singularity. As a Christian, I don't have such a big problem with there being a singularity. I understand that this singularity is God's creation. He spoke and it came into existance. He stretched the heavens out by His power (Isa. 42:5) Time did not exist before the first day of creation. Space did not exist before the first day. It is all in Day One of the creation.

      Genesis 1:1 "In the beginning (start of time) God created the heaven and the earth (start of Space and Matter)." 3 "And God said, Let there be light: and there was light." (the beginning of energy).

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      Vicky Gentry 

      11 years ago from Las Vegas, Nevada

      This is a reality check. Where did space begin for the "big bang". In the beginning even before the so called "big bang" there was space and time. A time for everything. No one can question that. A time for creation. A time to live and a time to die. No one can question. These are facts. God is in everything. Glad to be your fan and thanks for a wonderful hub!!!

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      H P Roychoudhury 

      11 years ago from Guwahati, India

      Reality is God - very true. I like it.


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