Wednesday, September 10, 2008

Big Bang

I have to be honest, I have been fascinated and following the machine intended to simulate the Big Bang Theory. It is a very expensive attempt to find out the roots of the universe. I find it humorous almost that science is only exploring and proving what God created. The Large Hadron Collider cost $3.8 billion to operate. All this money invested into finding out what happened to start the universe. It is clear from Scripture that God has revealed Himself through His creation (Psalm 8:1-9, Romans 1:18-20). So in the end what will happen is that they will invest all this money to bring themselves back to this, “there must be something that created all of this that we cannot find.” That my friends would be God Himself. Christianity is often mocked for its closed mindedness and mystical faith on fairy tale like stories, but I would like you to read a quote from the most recent article from Fox News about this.

Eventually two beams will be fired at the same time in opposite directions with the aim of recreating conditions a split second after the big bang, which scientists theorize was the massive explosion that created the universe.

So let me get this right…

Eventually, at some point in time, as long as they keep trying, and that is still only a hope at some particular occurrence, two beams will have to travel in opposite directions with the same aim, recreating some theory scientist have come up with, the big bang.

We all have faith in things don’t we? These scientists have faith that this will happen, so much faith that they invest and use the government’s money, $3.8 billion worth. Millions of people around the world have faith that these scientists’ faith is right. I think instead of arguing for or against things, Christians should maybe just seek to understand what others believe in. This theory seems more unrealistic and mystical, more fairy tale like than anything the Bible has to say. Christians are known more for what they are against than what they are for. So, even though I am a Christians, I agree that all these people who are uneducated and just fight against the Big Bang are closed minded. Anyone who refuses to learn the other side of the coin is close minded. This story fascinates me though non the less. So what do you have faith in?

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