The Big Bang Theory
The Big Bang theory says a small particle of dust exploded and then expanded to become all of our whole infinite universe. Does it even sound reasonable that all the universe’s mass could have previously been so compressed into one speck of dust? And does it sound reasonable that after jillions of years of nothing whatsoever happening, something all of a sudden happened to make that speck of dust explode? And where did that original speck of dust come from anyway?, and how was it surrounded by absolutely nothing? And since science says that life never comes from non-life, does it sound reasonable that somehow life came from non-life (that exploded speck) just that one time?Doesn’t the following sound much more reasonable/likely? …· Genesis 1:1 In the beginning God created the heaven and the earth.· Psalms 19:1 The heavens declare the glory of God; and the firmament sheweth his handywork.Me thinks most people don’t believe the obvious because it would require answering to a creator for their actions (II Cor 5:10).