There’s absolutely no way scientists can effectively measure the light years out to billions, they can’t know how many galaxies there are, they don’t know how many stars are in the various galaxies, and they certainly can’t say with certainty that the Big Bang took place 40 billion years ago. They admit it’s a theory yet it’s treated as fact by people who believe in evolution.
Some scientists say there are galaxies 60 trillion light years away; there’s absolutely no way they know this for certain. They’re kind of like politicians who throw out all kinds of stuff knowing no one will hold them accountable. It’s especially easy for scientists because most people don’t know how to check their numbers and/or even interested, yet Christians sure should be as it’s typically the number one thing that prevents other people from having faith in God. The faith journey begins with intelligent design or just a big bang that occurred 40 billion years ago. At the very least we should challenge what appear to be outlandish claims like the ones I’ve listed above.
Their data lacks integrity (common sense tells us this), yet billions of people take what they say and believe them without question. I think we need to start asking more questions.
Like I mentioned earlier there might have been a Big Bang but taking how they calculated the data I seriously question their theory. The way I look at it is if there was a Big Bang I believe God caused it. The Book of Genesis mentioned that God created the heavens and the earth. What did God mean by using the word heavens? Did he mean other galaxies? One thing I do know (my leap of faith), and that is God is our creator; he’s the one who’s responsible for our intelligent design which is another article all together.
If you come across someone who does believe in the Big Bang theory, ask him to explain how the theory works. Don’t ask in a derogatory manner but be attentive there might be something to learn…at the very least what makes them tick. I doubt if you’ll come across anyone who truly understands it; all you’ll hear is them struggling to come up with answers. Just ask this person how scientists are able to project that some galaxies are 60 trillion light years away, how some galaxies have 100 trillion stars, how they know the Big Bang took place 40 billion years ago, etc. The way I see it is our belief in God makes way more sense than their belief in the Big Bang Theory.
Certain groups like agnostics and atheists like to attack Christian beliefs even making fun of them, they just don’t get how someone can walk by faith but it’s exactly what they’re doing with their faith in scientists. There’s a lot of information in this post and if you ever have to deal with an atheist and/or someone who doesn’t believe in intelligent design you’ll have some good information to use.
As for me, intelligent design makes much more sense than what some scientists are proposing with their theory; reminder not a scientific fact like the Law of Gravity. Scientists are conflicted as to what the earth looked like a million years ago, how could they possibly know what things looked like at some place (they don’t know the place), 40 billion years ago?
By the way I’m certainly no guru when it comes to these topics but I did dig heavily into it. I learned things I never knew and I was shocked at the methodology that was being applied by some of these scientists. Taking anything scientists say on face value isn’t a good way to look at life. We need to think for ourselves as to whether or not something makes sense…too often we’re just sheep and allow almost anyone to be our shepherd. I hope you too now question the things they’re writing and saying. Thanks very much for reading this and may peace and joy be with you always!