I don't follow, try using syntax and a logical premise.
As a free thinker who thinks most religion is useless, except for controlling people, I don't know what you are arguing. Could you expand?
Haha, that's a good one! For those who don't get it, the standard logic of a believer, is that no matter what happened, and no matter what you show, God did it. Doesn't matter that the big bang happened and is perfectly explainable, God's the reason for it, though science shows a lack of need for God in order for it to happen.
Anyway, good one, I needed a laugh.
Actually, science has no idea how it could happen, and no current theory for how it happened. Big Bang Theory doesn't address the specifics of the singularity, where it came from, what started it expanding, etc... Big Bang Theory starts at the moment of expansion.
Isn't the singularity a completely random event? Just curious.
Perhaps you need to study more to realize how much a lie that is. They can't say with absolute certainty that the big bang caused everything, but like everything else they "explain" it is the most plausible theory.
Yup, exactly why science is a religion too. Now, we're gettin` somewhere.
That's not what I said. I didn't say it isn't the most likely theory. I said BBT doesn't address what caused the Big Bang.
Why does it need a cause? It's going too far back for me to care... So why does anyone else? Because the need to understand, outweighs the need to exist.
It needs a cause, scientifically, because every event has a cause.
My point was that Big Bang Theory isn't mutually exclusive with belief in God.
It's really irrelevant.
If God exists, truth is truth because it is.
If not, truth is truth because it is.
Okay, even after reading EinderDarkwolf's explanation, I'm a little stumped.
Nonetheless, why would it not be logical that God would create a world with a logical set of rules that we humans need to adhere to? Thus, 2+2=4. Humans need oxygen. What goes up, must come down. E=MC2.
The fact that He himself has been known to bend those rules does not in and of itself prove that He doesn't exist. The Big Bang is perfectly consistant with Genesis.
If humans could force 2+2 = 5, then that would be clearer proof that God does not exist.
(neutral)2, (positive)2 is equal to 4.
Hmm, okay, four units of two properties, yes.
So, where's the argument or logic?
(negative)4, (positive)4 is equal to 8 or equal to 0?
The profoundness of this thread is dazzling. My mind has been pushed to its most possible capacities, and still, it cannot manage to comprehend the sheer velocity of overwhelming wisdom and understanding that this single sentence seeks to bestow upon it's quivering corners.
I think the real evidence of God would be the presentation of an acceptable answer as to WHY 2+2=4.
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