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The originator of the big bang theory actually withdrew it because he feared that it would be used to justify Genesis 1:1 and everything else in the Bible that followed, including his own need for a personal Lord and Savior Jesus Christ.

Job, Jesus Christology 30 Comments [9/17/2008 1:59:25 PM]
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Yeah but my cat said argument from opinion doesn't even make sense.

9/17/2008 2:01:28 PM


Inventing stories for Jesus

9/17/2008 2:10:31 PM


Lie lie lie lie lie lie lie.

Why does EVERYBODY who's ever made a theory have to be entirely "anti-Christian"?

I've heard the opposite before-- that the guy became a Christian BECAUSE of the big bang theory somewhat coinciding with Genesis 1:1, particularly concerning where the light separated from the darkness.

But who knows? I doubt "Job" knows.

9/17/2008 2:11:53 PM

Waiting for God

Job. you're going to hell.

Your a lier or a very bad investigator, cite references.

You can't cherry pick your religion, you've broken one of the ten commandments "Thou shalt not bare false witness" and as such you are condemed to a after-life in hell.

Surely you know all about hell.

If you're catholic then it dosen't matter, repent on your deathbed and God will forgive you. If you're any other denomination then, quite frankyl, you're fucked.

9/17/2008 2:14:42 PM



The BB theory was first devised by a Belgian Catholic Priest by the name of George Lemaître:


9/17/2008 2:16:54 PM



9/17/2008 2:19:58 PM


It's not like christianity would ever take someone else's theory and make it their own...

9/17/2008 2:23:27 PM

Mister Spak

And the inventor of the printing press denies all connection with his invention because it was used to print playboy magazines.

You are an idiot.

9/17/2008 2:53:17 PM


Stop making shit up on the spot.

9/17/2008 2:53:34 PM

In other news:

The inventor of the Tobacco pipe actually withdrew its patent because he feared it would be used to justify the existence of wizards and everything else in the Lord of the rings that followed, including his own need for the precioussss.

9/17/2008 3:08:11 PM

The L

Actually, he withdrew the theory because it violates the laws of physics, not because it points to the existence of a god. Oops!

9/17/2008 3:47:35 PM


So? It says less about the theory and more about just how open minded the church is about new ideas.

9/17/2008 3:58:14 PM


Don't ya just wish it was so, Job? Maybe if you wish really, really hard, harder than before, it will actually become true.

9/17/2008 4:55:39 PM


Citation needed.

9/17/2008 5:00:59 PM


The validity of a scientific theory is not based on continuing support from the perpetrator. Back to Philosophy of Science class, you.

9/17/2008 5:26:44 PM


Are you really that ignorant of the facts or are you lying for Jeezus?

The Big Bang theory originated with a scientist who not only a Christian but a priest.

9/17/2008 5:48:46 PM

9/17/2008 7:42:09 PM

D Laurier

Father Lemaitre never withdrew his proposed model for the universe. You are lying

9/17/2008 7:58:51 PM


No he didn't.

9/17/2008 8:44:49 PM


I think the poster is referring to something that George Gamow said, and no it did not mean what the poster thinks it meant.

9/17/2008 9:10:45 PM

Old Viking

This is simply sad.

9/17/2008 9:12:45 PM

Quantum Mechanic

Make up shit much?

9/17/2008 9:15:26 PM


Sources mother fucker, do you have them?

9/17/2008 10:36:56 PM


The originator of the big bang theory actually withdrew it

Bullshit, Lying. For. Jesus. Job, you better hope that the atheists are right, because if your god is real then your burn right along side of the rest of us.

because he feared that it would be used to justify Genesis 1:1 and everything else in the Bible that followed

To quote a caveman... "Why don't you, you know, do a little research?"

including his own need for a personal Lord and Savior Jesus Christ

Why would he? He was a christian, you ignorant dumbass!

9/17/2008 11:53:02 PM


he was hesitant about proposing it because it smacked of creationistic shortfallings. Basically he felt it was too similar in concept to teh retarded stories you believe. Thankfully for him, however, there's quite a lot of evidence to support the Big Bang Theory unlike the bible.

9/18/2008 3:11:57 AM

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