By studying any basic astronomy textbook, one can see some obvious problems with the big bang theory. For Example:

— Where did everything come from that supposedly expanded to form the entire universe?

–How could an explosion have created the incredible order which we find throughout the universe?

–We see stars periodically exploding, but have never seen a new one form. Why aren't stars coming into existence?

Even more intriguing, why is there so much diversity in the various structures we see in the universe? One would logically expect that the matter in space would be of relatively similar random composition if formed by a big bang. This is not the case. Comets, asteroids, and meteoroids are all composed of different substances, as are each of the planets in our solar system.

The moons which orbit our planets present a problem to evolutionary scientists, as well. Their composition is not only different from each other, but also from the very planets they orbit. Where did all this diversity come from? All of the beauty, complexity, and diversity of the universe point to our Creator God.

From A Closer Look at the Evidence by Kleiss, July 31.

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