God or the Big Bang ? — Where the Big Bang Theory Came From

Milky Way pictures“For centuries, humans have gazed at the stars and wondered how the universe developed into what it is today. It’s been the subject of religious, philosophical, and scientific discussion and debate. People who have tried to uncover the mysteries of the universe’s development include such famous scientists as Albert Einstein, Edwin Hubble and Stephen Hawking. One of the most famous and widely accepted models for the universe’s development is the big bang theory.

Although the big bang theory is famous, it’s also widely misunderstood. A common misperception about the theory is that it describes the origin of the universe. That’s not quite right. The big bang is an attempt to explain how the universe developed from a very tiny, dense state into what it is today. It doesn’t attempt to explain what initiated the creation of the universe, or what came before the big bang or even what lies outside the universe“.  Source link

This is what I believe, and its still holding ground today as scientist are still trying to figure out what took place before creation. If they were not aware, let it be known; there is a universe outside our current universe, the domain of God, a universe not affected by time.

According to the Big bang theory, the universe was packed into a tiny dot, and then came the explosion from which our planets and solar systems were formed. However, when I observe that theory, it leads me to ask the question, “There must have been an already existing and expanse in which our universe now resides?” For something to expand there needs to be room for it to expand, therefore, there must  have been a pre-existing creation before our visible universe was created.

The search for alien life forms in our universe is another science being looked at by a few different community of scientist. But while they search within the confines of our universe, it could be possible for us to be looking in the wrong area. If what I believe is true according to the bible, scientist may have a long way to go before they will ever be able to see into the far reaches of the universe, into the world I call, “The world of the god’s” according to the Greeks and other cultures.

God according to the Bible has declared, there is both an existing  invisible world outside of our universe, a timeless world,  and a material world which is our visible universe, a universe of time. It is recorded that all things were made by him and for him. A quick look at Genesis and the human construction shows that man is both part material and time, and part  invisible and timeless.

What came first for man was his biological structure, then according to Genesis God breathe life, or his spirit into the man. To break it down, God formed man from the biologic material of the earth, and then placed within the biological material the timeless indestructible soul of man. Genesis 2:7, This is where the theory comes from that some outside force have something to do with the creation of the human race. But I believe it was only God who made all things.

There was God

In the beginning God created the heavens and the earth. Genesis 1:1… This is what I believe, and while many are blinded by their hearts, calming there is no God” fools, (Ps 14:1) looking at this at both angle we are able to identify two things. One there was a pre-existing world before the universe was formed, and two that our universe was the product of a decision on the part of the Creator.

“Because of the limitations of the laws of science, we can’t make any guesses about the instant the universe came into being. Instead, we can look at the period immediately following the creation of the universesource link

God has declared the heavens are high and as mortals we are not able to attain such knowledge without his help. Isaiah 55:8-9, “My thoughts are not your thoughts, neither are your ways my ways,”
declares the Lord. “As the heavens are higher than the earth; so are my ways higher than your ways and my thoughts than your thoughts. This quoted verse falls in line with scientific research which shows the universe is rapidly expanding. God is ever at work creating and shaping the universe and the world around us.

“And God said, “Let there be luminaries in the expanse of the heavens, to separate between the day and between the night, and they shall be for signs and for appointed seasons and for days and years.” This is as it stands today, there has been no change to the way we tell time, and the stars are indeed in the heavens”.

“And they shall be for luminaries in the expanse of the heavens to shed light upon the earth.” And it was so. And God made the two great luminaries: the great luminary to rule the day and the lesser luminary to rule the night, and the stars. And God placed them in the expanse of the heavens to shed light upon the earth. 18. And to rule over the day and over the night, and to separate between the light and between the darkness and God saw that it was good”. Genesis 1:13-19.

We still use the laws of the heavens to determine time, years, and days. Nothing has changed from the time they were created and placed in the heavens. They were carefully placed and planed, and only an intelligent source could have put it all together.

There are also some very big questions the big bang theory doesn’t address:

  • What happened before the big bang? According to our understanding of science, we can’t know. The very laws of science break down as we approach t = 0 seconds. In fact, since the general theory of relativity tells us that space and time are coupled, time itself ceases to exist. Since the answer to this question lies outside the parameters of what science can address, we can’t really hypothesize about it.
  • What lies beyond the universe? Again, this is a question science can’t address. That’s because we can’t observe or measure anything that lies outside the boundaries of the universe. The universe may or may not be expanding within some other structure, but it’s impossible for us to know either way.
  • What is the shape of the universe? There are many theories about what shape the universe might have. Some believe that the universe is unbounded and shapeless. Others think the universe is bounded. The big bang theory doesn’t specifically address the issue.

Not everyone subscribes to the big bang theory. Why do they disagree with the theory, and what are some of the alternate models for our universe? Read on to see what the skeptics say.  Source link 

Deuteronomy 32:39 “See now that I myself am he! There is no god besides me. I put to death and I bring to life, I have wounded and I will heal, and no one can deliver out of my hand.


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