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What caused the contingent universe (aka the Big Bang)?
Do you believe God created it? If not, do you believe in a loop universe or the M-Theory? If so, what created the loop universe or the multi-verse? If you say no one created the multi-verse, wouldn't you agree that the idea of God is a possibility, and, therefore, must exist in at least one universe in the multi-verse? If you say no one created the loop universe, well, I don't got anything for that one. Shoot. Well, please explain your answer.
I do believe that God created the universe out of atoms and stuff, sure why not
That which you refer to as God, and I call The Spirit Which Dwells, stands out side space time. How else would Prophecy or the fulfillment of it be possible. We, you and I, were brought up to believe that concepts like Free Will was a truth, but we have never as a culture considered the whole implications of it. We also believe in coincidences, but in physics, every action leads to an equal and opposite reaction, so, there could only have been a PRIME action, and, subsequently, a PRIME reaction. That is the domino effect in action. The physical, scientific Universe. Hawking and his predecessors declared that the Big Bang had been "found". The beginning of the Universe. If you had ahold of a piece of string, in a darkened room, just one end of it. How would YOU know wether you had the beginning of it, or the end of it? Time is a strange mistress. First, we must know where we are coming from, to tell where we are, or where we are going. If you point a telescope at any point in the sky, you are looking into the past. Only God can see the future, only He, and we? We are He. He is Man, and all creation. Here, I will pull my ace. You know me as Druid Dude, AKA SOF and here is the trump card: Take the word GENESIS. Separate the first four letters from the last three. SIS. reverse one "S" and superimpose both "Ses" over the eye. This is the Greek symbol for the Physician. The snakes represent the double helix of DNA. First page of the Bible. Coincidence? Sorry. Domino effect. This is Quantum Leap, and I have made the jump. Trying to disseminate the full text of my revelation to all who will listen. I am the KEY. E=MC2 E-mail me.
Ya I think God was in control of the Big Bang theory and that it might be the way that He created the Universe. Science is crazy accurate nowadays, so I don't see why not
by janesix6 years ago
The Big Bang is a religious concept, not science. It takes faith to believe that it happened. If you believe in the Big Bang, why?
by ytbot1x5 years ago
Please elaborate, amateur atheists. You have no chop! Go back home to this one
by Ron Hooft6 years ago
I'm interested in your thoughts. Not how. I'm not interested in the idea that a god did it or not. I am interested in your thoughts on why there is something instead of nothing.
by Joseph Attard2 years ago
Does the Big Bang exclude God or does it prove His existence even more?The universe began with the Big Bang. This is essentially conclusive and may stand as the most profound discovery of all time.
by John Harper7 years ago
"The Big Bang was the result of the inevitable laws of physics and did not need God to spark the creation of the Universe."What say you?
by qwark7 years ago
What was the "medium" within which the "Big Bang" happened? There are other interesting considerations.
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