The Big Bang is evidence for God , something doesn't happen for no reason before the Big Bang there was nothing and than there was everything this violates many rules the most important being the rule of cause and effect , Whatever begins to exist requires a cause The universe began to exist Therefore, the universe requires a cause . “Whatever begins to exist requires a cause” If the atheist denies this premise, then they are denying a fundamental law of natural science, namely, that matter can neither be created or destroyed. That is natural law.Quantum mechanics is not going to save the atheist here. In QM, virtual particles come into being in a vacuum. The vacuum is sparked by a scientist.
@seb then who created god? There's the same problem everywhere you look for the answers of the origin of life. God can't just exist, something must've created him in order for it to exist; but then what created who created god? There's a problem in creationism and science both try to explain it but neither have proved it. There are so many flaws in creationism such as the omnipotence paradox and there's flaws in the big bang such as not knowing what caused the big bang. You can't just say god created himself because that's as illogical as saying the big bang created itself. As people, we're probably too stupid to understand how it could it happen; either something can be created without a creator or we're simply too stupid to understand how it all works yet.
@discomfiting hah that is not the same since God doesn't have a beginning rather than saying everything has a cause I would prefer to say everything that has a beginning has a cause the universe clearly had a beginning and therefore is finate therefore needs a cause God is infinate and lives in a spirtual setting . Infinate things do not need a cause because they did not start,
''You did not prove that any God exists whatsoever! '' I proved that the universe needs a cause that exists outside of space ''the very scientific fallacies which you are claiming are relevant to God as well!'' Lol you are making a claim based on no evidence you claim that there were scientific fallacies in my writing but you haven't showed which or what was a scinetific fallacy in my writing.
You misunderstand. For one, your grammar is awful, which makes it difficult to understand what you are saying. The fallacy is your claim that something cannot be made from nothing, but you still promote the idea of God, which is conforming to the same idea.
''but you still promote the idea of God, which is conforming to the same idea.'' God doesn't have a beginning therefore he doesn't have a cause and he doesn't need it on the other hand the universe is finate and therefore needs a beginning '' Can God create a rock so heavy he cannot lift it?''If God cannot create a rock so heavy that He cannot lift it, then God is not omnipotent. According to this argument, omnipotence is self-contradictory. Therefore, God cannot be omnipotent. So, the question, could God create a rock so heavy He could not lift it? The quick answer is "No." But the explanation is far more important to understand than the answer...
This question is based on a popular misunderstanding about the definitions of words like "almighty" or "omnipotent." These terms do not mean that God can do anything. Rather, they describe the amount of God's power. Power is the ability to effect change - to make something happen. God (being unlimited) has unlimited power . Therefore, God can do whatever is possible to be done. God cannot, however, do that which is actually impossible. This is because true impossibility is not based on the amount of power one has, it is based on what is really possible. The truly impossible is not made possible by adding more power. ''You did not prove that the cause must exist outside of space. '' Whatever causes the universe to appear is not inside of space, because there was no space causally prior to the creation event. The cause must therefore be non-physical, because physical things exist in space.
Whatever causes the universe to appear is not bound by time (temporal). It never began to exist. There was no passage of time causally prior to the big bang, so the cause of the universe did not come into being. The cause existed eternally.
And the cause is not material. All the matter in the universe came into being at the first moment. Whatever caused the universe to begin to exist cannot have been matter, because there was no matter causally prior to the big bang.
In more depth : God by definition is the uncreated creator of the universe, so the question Who created God? Is illogical, just like To whom is the bachelor married?
So a more sophisticated questioner might ask: If the universe needs a cause, then why doesn't God need a cause? And if God doesn't need a cause, why should the universe need a cause? In reply, Christians should use the following reasoning:
Everything which has a beginning has a cause.
The universe has a beginning.
Therefore the universe has a cause.
Its important to stress the words in bold type. The universe requires a cause because it had a beginning, as will be shown below. God, unlike the universe, had no beginning, so doesn't need a cause. In addition, Einstein's general relativity, which has much experimental support, shows that time is linked to matter and space. So time itself would have begun along with matter and space.
Since God, by definition, is the creator of the whole universe, he is the creator of time. Therefore He is not limited by the time dimension He created,