How could all the planets, galaxies, stars, and the sun and all the things in outer space fit into a little ball the size of a period?

From Issue: Discovery 1/1/2008

Dear Caylen,

Thank you for sending me such a good question about the “Big Bang” idea. As you may know, some scientists believe that the Universe originally was packed into a very dense ball of matter that was about the size of a period at the end of this sentence. Supposedly, this little ball of matter exploded about 14 billion years ago. This explosion, called the Big Bang, is said to have sent clumps of matter through space, forming the orbiting planets and galaxies.

According to those who believe in evolution, the Big Bang happened only once, so we cannot repeat it in a laboratory to study it and see how it “worked.” There are lots of problems with the Big Bang idea. Scientists have never seen any kind of matter that could explode and form the Universe. Furthermore, no explosion could bring about the wonderful design we see in the Universe. Evolutionists do not have any real evidence that the Big Bang ever happened. The truth is, it did not ever happen. God spoke the Universe into existence and designed it exactly how He wanted it. The Universe was never packed into a little ball. Thanks again, Caylen, for the great question.


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