Science and Faith Video provided by: Focus

For many people today, whether they’re atheists or religious believers, science is locked in conflict with faith, and believing in the Big Bang contradicts the idea that God created the Universe. The current scientific view of how the Universe began points to a definite moment of creation. Perhaps it even hints at the reality of a Creator outside the physical world. What do you believe?

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2 Responses to “Science and Faith”

  • Tom Tom says:


    Thanks for joining in the conversation. I have a question for you:

    Where did the random quantum fluctuation come from? It may not be sufficient to say “You can’t get something from nothing,” but science has never proven otherwise.

    Everyday experience and common sense much more readily support the idea of an all-powerful, living outside of space, time, and matter, Creator. There is simply too much organization and perfection for everything to have occurred via an accident. There would have had to have been billions upon billions of accidents, all perfectly attuned and in order, for even the most simple of things to arrive from nowhere (which they can’t in the first place.) Irreducible complexity alone gives concrete evidence that there had to be a Creator, not just random chance, accident, and luck.

  • essaywriters says:

    The universe is probably the result of a random quantum fluctuation in a spaceless, timeless void . . . the earth and humanity, are not conscious creations but an accident. . . . It is not sufficient merely to say, “You can’t get something from nothing.” While everyday experience and common sense seem to support this principle, if there is anything that we have learned from twentieth-century physics, it is this: Common sense is often wrong, and our normal experiences are but a tiny fraction of reality

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