A debate has been going on for several generations on whether our universe was created by a divine Being or if it just somehow happened on its own accord. Which side you are on depends largely on which nature you allow to have sway over you.
There is a divine nature given to mankind from the God of creation which enables one to believe through faith that there is a God and that He cares for His creation. Then there is a secular nature that discounts all spiritual things and insists on proving everything before accepting them. The only problem with this system of thought is that the methods used to “prove” their theories are flawed. Different “proofs” are offered that depend on other “proofs” with none of them having a sure foundation. This is what the Scripture calls false science. Read it in First Timothy 6:20 “O Timothy, keep that which is committed to thy trust, avoiding profane and vain babblings, and oppositions of science falsely so called.”
It is hard to see how a level headed person capable of rational thinking could believe in the so-called big bang theory. It would make just as much sense to believe that an explosion in a print shop could result in producing a dictionary.
How could anyone believe something took place one hundred million years ago when there is no way for modern man to go back that far to see if it really did? What kind of real solid proof could he offer to substantiate such a claim? Also if evolution is true why did man stop evolving and level off to what we have today. This theory would disrupt all medical knowledge and research since the science of the human body is well established and unchanging.
Since space is limited I will say no more but I would like to leave you with a poem that you may find interesting.
From the Monkeys Point of View:
Three monkeys sat in a coconut tree
Discussing things as there’re said to be.
Said on to the others, “Now listen you two,
There’s a certain rumor that can’t be true.
That man descended from our noble race,
Why, the very idea is a disgrace.”
No monkey ever deserted his wife,
Starved her babies and ruined her life;
Or used a gun or club or knife,
To take another monkeys life.
Or run down his neighbor with words that lie;
Any self-respecting monkey would rather die.
And another thing you’ll never see
Is a monkey build a fence around a coconut tree;
Letting all the coconuts go to waste
And forbidding all the other monkeys to taste.
Yes, man descended, the irony cuss,
But brother, he didn’t descend from us!