Hard Questions About the Bible

Do you believe in ‘smart’ science, or the unbelievable, ‘ignorant’ Bible?  Actually, scientific laws don’t support scientific theories about creation, but do support Biblical creation.

There are two scientific laws that make the Big Bang Theory impossible  – The First and Second Laws of Thermodynamics.

The idea behind the First Law of Thermodynamics is that energy and matter can be transformed, but not created or destroyed.

The idea behind the Second Law of Thermodynamics is that in a closed system, energy disperses and comes to a state of equilibrium.  Another way of thinking about it is, that over time, something that is ordered goes to a state of disorder or randomness, and not the other way around.

The idea behind the Big Bang Theory is that, from randomness, over billions of years, the universe expanded and formed orderly, orbiting stars, planets and galaxies,  The Big Bang Theory doesn’t explain how the matter and energy originated in the first place.

According to the Second Law of Thermodynamics, things tend to become more random, not more orderly.  Disorder can be created into order only if you add information or design.  The only logical explanation for this design is a creator, or God.

Random lumps of metal can only be made into a building through the plans of an architect, and efforts of a construction crew.  Lumps of metal lying around can’t come together by themselves as a building, even after billions of years.

The Big Bang Theory or any other scientific theory about the origin of the universe is impossible, if they assume that randomness can turn into order by itself, or that matter or energy just created itself.

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