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Re: My Simple Answer.

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Posted by John Reyes on January 26, 2001 22:22:58 UTC

That is a new one on me , it is original but with respect I thought that the big bang was the start of space and time and that there was nothing before it .
I understand your answer and I do not rule it out for the simple reason that science teaches us that there was no before , a very simple way of avoiding the issue due to the power science has over its vast audience , however if the big bang can just appear and explode then it beats me why the steady state theory could be overthrown by science due to matter not being able to spantaneously appear from no where yet it is plain to see that the big bang contradictively expresses this .

Does science then agree that there had to be a creator .

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skintless

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