While staying within simple terms, The Big Bang Theory does not state that the Universe was created from nothing, instead, the matter of the universe existed in a space so densely packed, it was the size of an atom, and The Big Bang was a rapid expansion of the matter within this small space.
How was the universe created are you saying that there was just a universe, period? The universe had to have been made by something, sure you can argue that even with negative or "Antimatter" Something can be made because it is less than nothing therefore it is something, but i'd say that there has to be a push, something has to cause something else to exist, its kind of like making a fire, you have to put energy into it, you have to give it oxygen, a fire can not just exist without a force that creates it. Therefore a universe can not be made from nothing but instead something had to have "been" in order to have something. This is the same reason why you can not disprove a god or a supreme being that created the universe. Who created god? God was always there, just like we believe in gravity, we can not see it but we insist that its real because scientists studied this "Force". So why is it that we don't believe in god? People study this unseen force, this supreme being, and can prove by disproving, meaning they prove that god is real by stating that something did not get created by nothing and the mere existence of this earth, of this universe, is the cause of a hierarchy, someone higher up, a supreme being who gave that little push in order to create everything. In the beginning it was god, and god was that push that started everything.
If I read your argument correctly, you are stating that the universe has always been, and if you believe that is true, where and when did it start, also there is undeniable evidence that galaxies are moving away from a central point, which would imply that they all originated from that point, so how can you explain this phenomenon?
No you are not reading it correctly i said the universe has not been around sense second 1, because it would be impossible to create something out of nothing. There had to have been a push in order to make something because something can not be made from nothing. They all originated from a point that god created them all in. The universe is not moving but instead it is growing, this is because it has the necessary energy to make something because the universe now has something. God created the universe and put energy in it, light, dark, lightning, wind, Gravity, matter, antimatter. Therefore giving it the necessary energy to expand the universe. how do these galaxies continue forming stars at such a fast clip? Galaxies should quickly deplete their reservoirs of gas as they create new stars and so must somehow continuously replenish those reservoirs with fresh gas to keep the star formation going. "During the early universe, we expected cosmic inflation " this is a rapid expansion of the universe right after the big bang" "This expansion causes lots of stuff to shake around, and if we shake it too much, we could go into this new energy space, which could cause the universe to collapse." This might not seem like to much when it comes down to it but in fact this was a study by one of the most skilled scientists in the world Robert Hogan, you'v probably never heard of this nor him because he pointed out that in fact the big bang is not only impossible because you can not have something out of nothing but also because if there was such a rapid growth of these "small particles" than the universe would shake so much that it would literally collapse creating a new energy, that we have NEVER even seen or heard of.