An advocate’s view of the Big Bang Theory
Of course most of us have heard many times the very insistence from these totally scientific advocates that life began out of nothing. Perhaps that idea is not a prominent factor in their thinking process. How could one person, pertaining to God, suddenly create one or more universes and all that they encompass? No one is that good in imagining everything we now live with from the beginning of everything. This somehow fits into their diminished capability of actuality and the possibility of something beyond understanding from a human perspective what exists.
The one response to their question about a divine entity is, “can something be created from nothing?” If the thought of everything coming from nothing, where did the nothing come from? It had to be something first and the scientific relationship in this respect had to have a starting point from an intelligence greater than what nothing is! Enter God.
Looking through the perspective eyes of these non-believers in God, they cannot see the completeness of beauty and peacefulness of a creator’s hands that was made for the perfection of mankind.
Even in our deepest questioning or seeking to comprehend all that God has created for us the search for an answer still eludes our understanding as finite creatures. Yet, that is just what everything we can see, or imagine beyond our own limits of what exists somewhere is what God created for us alone.
Is there more in the universe that might surprise us? Of course. God did not create man with wings to fly, but he did give man the desire to look further than just walking or using fire to make his life better. The human endeavor has landed men on the moon, and the quest to reach the stars one day. Medical science has found the answers to many diseases and the medicines to fight off death by establishing methods of healing. What lies ahead is anyone’s guess, but God has already permitted our search with answers just ahead.
With all of the turmoil we are viewing in our cities, the nation, and the world-wide uncertainties with the threat of nuclear war hanging around the bend, our need for trust in God is evermore necessary. Of all the advances man has accomplished over the last 200 years we are at a perplexing point where none of it will mean anything if some madman decides to pull the cord that releases guided missiles with nuclear warheads.
Our biggest dilemma is to adhere to the thinking of the big bang theory, an entity that suddenly created everything, becoming the deciding factor of life or death, a world that keeps advancing or suddenly is blown into oblivion.
From time before God created all there is and with one desire to have you and me and our likeness to live with him eternally, man has taken his freedom and turned it into a selfish entity from which nothing good can exist without placing God ahead of us. Once we place our humanness and its need for God by learning to worship and praise him for himself, then and only then will the world turn and acknowledge the divine person he is.
God will not allow men of destruction to destroy what he has made, but will not keep those who promote apostasy away from eternal death. Their demise will be their own choice.
Ralph B. Hathaway