"No future triumph or metamorphosis can justify the pitiful blighting of a human being against his will." Peter Zapffe
Ray Comfort and Kirk Cameron keep repeating this nonsense that atheists believe that nothing created everything. The only people who believe it, however, are theists; they think that their god created everything out of nothing. Atheists–well, I should speak for myself, because no one speaks for all atheists–have no idea how the universe began. Neither do theists, but they believe that they do, entirely on faith.
I wonder why the two sides cannot see the common factors in both their views. The big bang if anything supports creation. One must also ask are we still the same as when we were created? Once created we begin to change, adapt and evolve. So we can imagine evolution and creation as one in the same. The best way to imagine what the big bang was like, just remember the last time you had an epiphany.
“The big bang if anything supports creation.”
The “big bang” is merely a description of a mechanism. You assume it had a cause, without considering that no one really has any idea of what was going on before the “big bang”
Greg is right. “I don’t know” is a far better and correct answer than “God did it”
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