So many rely on the Big Bang to define their past and yet it has so many big problems. Paul Davies, an evolutionist, said, in his book, The Edge of Infinity:

“[The big bang] represents the instantaneous suspension of physical laws, the sudden abrupt flash of lawlessness that allowed something to come out of nothing. It represents a true miracle…”


The first law of thermodynamics states that nothing can come into existence without existing beforehand. Of course, evolutionists would say that there was a black hole or some other molecule that caused the Big Bang, but . . . where did that black hole or molecule come from? There is no answer. For more info >>

Star Formation

The Big Bang claims that all the stars contracted from gas clouds in space. These gases then became stars. This, however . . . read the rest of the questions and answers >>