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Why don't u believe? If ur one of those scientific thinkers I can give u a few scientific LAWS that prove Gods here. I mean how can u look at our world and our universe and say a thing of nothingness exploded and our world was here. Everything points to a creator Especially the universe.

jesussaves75028, Christianity.com Forums 7 Comments [6/1/2003 12:00:00 AM]
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First, you didn't cite a law, you made an argument from ignorance. Second, I'm a little fucking tired of this horrible misrepresentation of the big bang. It wasn't "nothing that exploded", it was EVERYTHING, including space and time itself, which rapidly expanded into our present universe. So get this through your thick fundie skull, the Big Bang doesn't describe the "creation" of the universe, it merely describes a change in the state of the universe.

10/5/2010 1:21:40 AM


There is not a single scientific "law" that even remotely suggests - let alone proves - that God exists. Quite the opposite, in fact, and it will take a whole lot more than some poorly written and meaningless drivel from fundieland to convince any non-believer over the age of four to change their mind.

10/5/2010 2:40:33 AM


Everything points to you being barely literate.

A singularity expanded into the Universe, and it's still expanding.
No, this isn't a scientific LAW, it's just a layman's simple explanation.

10/5/2010 2:53:32 AM


No. Putting the credit/blame on god just moves it back a complicated step without explaining anything. We can explain the whole thing with physics and chemistry, no god required.

1/17/2017 5:11:27 PM


So what are these scientific laws?
You do know that a scientific law is just a short statement, "merely distillations of the results of repeated observation", while scientific theories are extended explanations and predictions about the world, right? Laws are limited in their applicability, while there are no limits to theories.

A singularity expanded, nitwit.
What created God; where does he come from?

1/18/2017 2:35:47 AM

Shepard Solus

That's not a scientific law. You did, however, manage to demonstrate a law for us in spite of your failure to cite a relevant one. Specifically the sociological Law of Inverse Religiosity & Knowledge. It states that a person's religiosity is inversely proportional to their knowledge of the world around them and often (though not always) their knowledge of their own religion.

1/18/2017 8:40:30 AM

You can give those laws but all you will do is show you don't understand the Big Bang Theory

1/18/2017 8:42:45 AM