In the Bible, God is eternal and the matter and the universe are not. There are different versions of the Big Bang theory, but in most of them the universe and/or matter is eternal. In Genesis 1, the existence of God is assumed, "In the beginning God..." The true purpose of the Big Bang theory is to deny His existence.Then in the article Is God imaginary? we find this interesting argument.
These facts being evident, it then becomes quite easy to offer a simple, reasonable, logical proof for God in the following way:Number five is the one that caught my attention. It is true that science has proven that the universe had a begining. There is a scientific theory that says that the universe is not eternal. Does anyone know what that theory is called? Is it the Big Bang Theory? Yes, it is.
1. Something exists
2. You don’t get something from nothing
3. Therefore, something necessary and eternal exists
4. The only two options are an eternal universe or an eternal Creator
5. Science has disproved the concept of an eternal universe
6. Therefore, an eternal Creator exists
The only premise that can be attacked is premise five, but the fact is every drop of evidence in the possession of science points to the fact that the universe is not eternal and had a beginning.
If you deny a scientific theory should you be allowed to use it as proof of the existence of God?