The Big Bang Theory
Biblical Views
George Gamow
Georges Lemaitre's
Jesus Christ

To begin with, we must first recognize the purpose of this essay. I intend to address the issue that has boggled the minds of scientists since the beginning of man. That complex question that has only been proven by theory. How was the earth created? Up until recently it was taken for granted by most people that the only possible explanation to this complicated problem was that God, the creator of all things, undoubtedly molded the earth on the first day. In 1927 George Gamow developed a second illustration. Later that century, Georges Lemaitre's modified his idea. Today we identify this belief as the "Big Bang Theory." The "Big Bang Theory" was not widely excepted into society after it had surfaced. As the decades progressed, there had never been an logical answer that explained so much. Among this generation, the idea of God as the creator, or even a God period, has almost desisted. In this essay, I hope to present to you why science should not exempt this supernatural phenomenon from their studies.
The "Big Bang Theory" states that fifteen billion years ago, give or take five billion years, the entirety of our universe was compressed into the confines of an atomic nucleus. Known as a singularity, this is the moment before creation when space and time did not exist. According to the prevailing cosmological models that explain our universe, an ineffable explosion, trillions of degrees in temperature on any measurement scale, that was infinitely dense, created not only fundamental subatomic particles and thus matter and energy but space and time itself. Cosmology theorists combined with the observations of their astronomy colleagues have been able to reconstruct the primordial chronology of events known as the big bang.
Next, we introduce the "Big Bang" theory's arch rival, creationism. This is the belief that God, who has always just "been there" spoke a few words, and in result, the universe. This all must sound pretty ridiculous without the all of the facts. Creationism is a belief, and the reasons behind it are convincing enough to take a second look. First off,