For years the scientist confidently declared that we were near to an understanding of the beginning of the universe. The Big Bang theory has run its course. Regardless of where the math leads, the scientist cannot get past the very moment before and the moment of the explosion. To account for the moment before and the moment of, they recognize that the explanation has to come from outside of time and space…yet God was not considered.
The new theory envisions even more universes; all outside of our time and space. But, to go outside of time and space to find the cause we get, even more zeros in the equation…10500 to be exact, if you can be exact at that number.
Here is the quote about what is now thought of as the latest thinking on the cause of our universe: “Pioneers of the subject anticipated that string theory’s rigid mathematical architecture would soon yield a single set of definitive, testable predictions. But as the years passed, detailed analysis of the theory’s equations revealed numerous solutions, each representing a different possible universe…and numerous means numerous. Today, the tally of possible universes stands at the almost incomprehensible 10500, a number so large it defies analogy.” (Brian Greene)
To say that it defies analogy and that it is incomprehensible is about the best that can be said about this theory. Any theory regardless of how much it defies analogy, or how incomprehensible it is, is considered a reasonable answer by scientist; yet the God of the Bible is unreasonable. 10500 means that there are more universes than there are atoms in this universe. When scientists need an answer, they add zeros; when Christians need and answer, they add God.
Published on Wednesday, May 21, 2014 @ 4:50 AM CDT