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If there was a "big bang"...?

...then wouldnt it need God to make something from nothing?

If the "big bang" was created by a chemical reaction, then where did the chemicals come from?

If life evolved from single-celled organisms where did single-celled organisms come from?

How this perfect design just come from nothing, without God?
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  • Invoking a supernatural entity does not get us any closer to resolving the apparent paradox that something can exist without cause.

    If you ask where the "chemicals" came from, I will respond by asking where your God came from.

    If you maintain that God "just is", I will respond by saying that energy - which we know can neither be created nor destroyed - "just is".

    Incidentally, I'd be curious to know how you arrived at the conclusion that the design of the universe is "perfect". Natural forces will, over a period of time, tend to result in some degree of equilibrium, but there is still plenty of chaos out there.
    inst_ed · 0 0
  • If the "big bang" was created by a chemical reaction, then where did the chemicals come from?

    A gap in knowledge shouldn't be replaced with "God did it". Likewise, you don't have a factual answer to back up your claim.

    If life evolved from single-celled organisms where did single-celled organisms come from?

    Single celled organisms came from atomic reactions.
    JohnFromNC · 0 0