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The Big Bang Model

Biblical Big Bang?

Is the Big Bang good evidence that God created the Universe? Many Christians seem to think so. But the Big Bang model is actually incompatible with Biblical Creation—for multiple reasons. First, the Big Bang is the consensus model for the vast majority of secular cosmologists today, and many of these cosmologists are strident atheists. If the Big Bang really supported the idea of Biblical Creation, then atheists wouldn’t promote the Big Bang model so adamantly…

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The Dangers of Compromising with the Big Bang Model

Secular Science Big Bang Expansion

Many Christians are eager to ‘prove’ the truth of the Bible by using scientific evidence. The Big Bang model is a very popular example of this. Many Christian authors have written books endorsing the Big Bang. And there’s at least one ministry that promotes the Big Bang as a “reason to believe” the Bible. But this is a very dangerous approach. To justify the truth of the Bible with the Big Bang model is a fatally flawed approach…

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Galaxies are Billions of Light Years Away…

Andromeda Galaxy by Nasa

No scientific law requires the speed of light to be constant. Many simply assume that it is constant, and of course, changing old ways of thinking is sometimes difficult. Russian cosmologist, V. S. Troitskii, at the Radiophysical Research Institute in Gorky, is also questioning some old beliefs…Setterfield reached the same conclusion concerning redshifts by a different method. If either Setterfield or Troitskii is correct, the big bang theory will fall (with a big bang)…

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Science vs. the Big Bang and Evolution

The "Eye of God" Galaxy

Many within Christendom have attempted to create compatibility between naturalistic evolution (i.e., cosmic evolution—the Big Bang Theory plus Darwinian Evolution) and Scripture. Before even spending time attempting to reconcile Scripture with such theories, however, one should first consider whether evolution is even a rational scientific theory to begin with—supported by the evidence…

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