God and the Big Bang

The detection of a cosmic microwave background in the universe was one of the greatest discoveries of the 20th century, and provides strong evidence that the universe had a definite beginning. It is commonly known as the Big Bang Theory. Arno Penzias, who won a Nobel Prize for this discovery, says: ‘The creation of the universe is supported by all the observable data astronomy has produced so far.’ He says the most logical explanation of the universal background noise is: ’a moment of discrete creation from nothing,’ and that: ‘The best data we have are exactly what would have been predicted had we had nothing to go on but the books of the Bible.’ Those very books that tell us that: ‘In the beginning, God created the heavens and the Earth…’ and created them, as Penzias’ theory says, from nothing.

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