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Mar 012012
 

I think the universe began with the Big Bang.


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  One Response to “How did the universe begin?”

  1. I tend to like this topic. Remember: both atheists and Christians believe that nothing existed before something existed. Two problems arise from this. First, if nothing existed, then time didn’t exist, which makes me wonder how nothing existed BEFORE something. The implication’s of that, I’ll leave to the reader. However, the real argument I find useful is this: If nothing ever existed, then the laws of our universe did not exist as well, which would mean that, although in this universe nothing can’t create something, before our laws existed, there was nothing to prevent that. Again, I’ll leave the rest to you.

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