Accelerating expansion of the universe Independent lines of evidence from Type Ia supernovae and the CMB imply that the universe today is dominated by a mysterious form of energy known as dark energywhich apparently permeates all of space.
Did God use the "Big Bang" to create the universe? Prior to the twentieth century, before the Big Bang theory had been developed, philosophers and scientists debated whether the universe had a beginning. Some argued it had always existed: This situation changed drastically in the first half of the twentieth century, as several discoveries were made leading to the formation of the Big Bang theory.
Over several decades, those who preferred the idea of an eternal universe made many attempts to explain away hard evidence, but to no avail. The result was secular science lending tremendous support to the creation account of the Bible.
The work of Edwin Hubble in the s proved the universe is expanding. If the universe is currently expandingthen at some time in the past, the entire universe would have been contained in some infinitesimally small point. This idea is foundational to the Big Bang theory. Over the next several decades, physicists tried to salvage the eternality of the universe by proposing everything from the Milne model to the steady state theory According to objective, empirical science, all space, time, and energy came into existence together in a single moment: There was no space.
Then, suddenly, an exceedingly dense, incredibly hot, infinitesimal ball of something—everything—appeared somewhere, somehow for reasons unknown and began to expand rapidly with our whole universe inside of it. If true, the Big Bang theory all but confirms the view espoused by Judeo-Christianity for thousands of years.
He has scaled the mountains of ignorance; he is about to conquer the highest peak; as he pulls himself over the final rock, he is greeted by a band of theologians who have been sitting there for centuries.
Afterwards, however, non-believers began to claim that these advances in science actually disproved God. What had always been interpreted as clear support for a Creator—and resisted for that very reason—almost overnight turned into the claim that atheists had been right all along.
This attitude, unfortunately, led to a corresponding reaction from the creationist community. Just as many astrophysicists felt that the expanding universe theory was a ploy to inject religion into science, many Christians have come to feel that the Big Bang is an effort to undermine the biblical account of creation.
With that said, it is important to understand that the Big Bang theory is just that—a theory. If Christians are to have an objection to the Big Bang theory, it should only be in the atheistic presuppositions that often go along with it.
The idea itself—that the universe came into existence in an instantaneous expansion from an infinitely small point—is compatible with an orthodox view of creation. Scripture only says that God created Genesis 1: The fact that non-believers were so opposed to the Big Bang theory, on religious grounds, speaks to how powerfully it supports the Genesis account.According to the ‘big bang’ theory for the origin of the universe, equal amounts of matter and antimatter should have formed.
Antimatter is the same as matter except that each has the opposite charge. That there was a creation event as described in Genesis is indisputably confirmed by this week’s Big Bang scientific breakthrough, an Israeli physicist who is also an Orthodox Jew claims. A. The Bible's Big Bang theory: The First Day of Creation.
So the first 'day', the first stage of creation was "Let there be light". And there was the biggest blaze of light the universe has ever seen, in the massive explosion of the "Big Bang". If the Big Bang Theory is true and taught as science along with evolution, why do the laws of thermodynamics debunk said theories?
See 4. That’s only 21 really, Mr iPhone Extra-from-the. The Bible's Big Bang theory: The First Day of Creation So the first 'day', the first stage of creation was " Let there be light ".
And there was the biggest blaze of light the universe has ever seen, in the massive explosion of the "Big Bang". The theory that I will be discussing is the Big Bang Theory, this is currently the theory of creation accepted by most scientists as the explanation of the beginning of the universe.
The big bang theory suggests that the universe was once extremely compact, dense, and hot.