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 has many problems because gas that is expanding doesn’t contract and form stars. For more info >>

The Moon’s Recession

The moon, today, is 239,000 miles from earth. 6,000 years ago it was 750 feet closer, that is nothing compared to how far away the moon would have been at the “beginning” of the universe related to the Big Bang. For more info >>


Further Information:

What is the Big Bang – The Scientist

What is the Big Bang – The Layperson

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