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  • The Big Bang Theory refutes many religions.

    In particular, it refutes Christianity as it is told in the Bible. The idea that the universe was created less than 10,000 years ago is simply false, and the big bang theory isn't even needed to show this. Geologic evidence, prehistoric evidence, fossils, the night sky, et cetera all prove that the universe must be older than 10,000 years.

    On the other hand, there do exist religions which cannot be refuted because no evidence can be used to disprove any claim made by those religions. Some forms of Christianity which generously interpret the Bible fit this description.

  • Yes. God could not have made the big bang. Nor could it be the other way around.

    Big bang is ten times more trustworthy than the bible and that stuff. It is totally disproving of god. Call me sacrileges, but I know the facts. God is a lie. The bible is incorrect. Science is facts, religion is beliefs. I might be atheist, but christens and jews believe in the big bang

  • The big bang theory does refute religions, specifically christianity.

    The Big Bang Theory only states that the rapid expansion of matter from a state of extremely high density and temperature that according to current cosmological theories marked the origin of the universe. Since christianity does not state this in the bible, it is therefore proven that THEIR God cannot have communicated with humans, because of the story of creation in Genesis.

  • It does not.

    Alot of atheists use arguments about the big bang theory in order to support their belief that there is no god. But how does the big bang theory disprove that? In order not get into many scientific and religious terms, i will say briefly that there is no proof that there was no higher power that might have induced the big bang to happen. And one thing more which might surprise the majority of people, the big bang theory is actually supported by some religions, so how can something be supported yet used in a way that is completely opposite?

  • Haven't you heard, many scientist are refuting the Big Bang Theory themselves.

    I've watch several documentaries lately about alternative theories to the Big Bang one.

    The last one a watch a few days ago on youtube at this link: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=os6ieSdbyZ8. It’s a BBC Documentary - What Happened before the Big Bang.

    If you think about the theory itself. It was the simple conclusion that since the universe is expanding outward in all directions. It must be possible to trace the expansion back to point of origin

    And before that point, there was nothing. So, the point between nothingness and non-existence is the Big Bang.

    We’re raised to believe whatever science tells us.

    There's more evidence in science for the existence of the Christian God than there is the opposite. As a Christian, Atheist tell me to use critical thinking.

    I say, "I do, I use it to debunk science."
    Scientist actually do a good job figuring out all the things the do, but they only see how the universe works. That's it. That's all.

    But they put a spin on their interpretation of what they see to make it sound like they can answer the fundamental questions.

    They don't know where the universe came from, because they don't know what happened before the Big Bang.

    This world is so eager for a reasonable, alternative explanation for why we're here that, it blindly believes things that don't follow basic logic, like the universe came out of nothing, and space / time didn't exist before the Big Bang.

    Which brings the basic question: if you don't know what happened before the Big Bang, how can you say for sure what existed before the Big Bang anyway?

    Just for a guy like Stephen Hawking to say, definitively, that there's no God doesn't make scientific sense; it's not logical. But scientist are human beings and human beings have agendas.

    Besides what happened before the Big Bang, there are a couple of hugely, important points about science that Secularist seem to miss:

    >>Science can only see about 4% of what they know to exist. Dark energy and dark matter make up the most of what's out there. Now, of that 4%, science knows a very tiny fraction.

    >>Science is notorious for self correction. It should go without saying because there're so many examples. A lot of research around food seems to be guilty of this practice. But other branches of scientific research can be stubborn when it come to making corrections.

    >>Science currently admits dark energy and dark matter has it stumped. A new theory of relativity is needed to explain how gravity works at the galactic level. I see another huge gap in scientific knowledge.

    >>Mankind as a whole has not been in existence for very long. Scientist themselves compare our appearance on the stage of existence to the last few seconds of the last day of the year. That year being the existence of the universe.

    But what do we the public know. We were raised and educated to think science is always right.

  • It does not support nor refute religion

    I do not believe that we should regard the big bang in whether or not it can prove a God exists. As an atheist I can understand the need to disprove young earth creationist, but remember that not all Christians believe in creationism. The big bang has nothing to do with Atheism or Christianity. It just is. It's a scientific theory to how the world might have began. It's not there to disprove or prove anything having to do with religion.

  • The only difference between the bible and evolution is whether you think the world as complex as it is was created randomly or by design.

    The bible clearly states life comes from water and goes on to describe the same sequence of events in the order of science without it knowledge at the time of writing. In terms of time who knows how long the days were without linear time that is calculated based on the earth that did not exist until the 4th day in order to calculate the basis for a 24 hour day. Darwinism is a theory/hypothesis not an absolute! It is theoretically no different from a religious belief system! Simply put it is a belief not a fact!

  • Big Bang Theory supports religion

    Before the big bang theory, the majority of scientists thought that the universe has been more or less unchanged forever. The development of Big Bang Theory was seen as a huge blow against atheist arguments. If the universe isn't eternal, then something must have started it. That thing could only be God.


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