Thursday, October 13, 2016

Physics Professor Michael Strauss on the Origin of the Universe

"The prediction of general relativity is that the Big Bang itself is the origin of everything we know: space, time, matter and energy, so the Big Bang is kind of a misnomer. A Big Bang brings up the idea that something exploded, but the Big Bang itself is not an explosion … it’s the origin of everything we know in this universe. If everything in the universe came into being, then the cause of the universe must be transcendent, not a part of this universe. Science kind of stumbled onto something that the Bible declared long ago … that the universe had a beginning."

Courage and Godspeed,
Chad


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