The big bang is a totally inadequate theory of origins because of its apparently irreconcilable problems. These difficulties are seldom talked about in popular literature on the subject. Instead, the big bang is presented as a fact. The following are just a few of the many major problems with the big bang theory:

1. Missing Origin – Where did the energy originate?
2. Missing Fuse – What ignites the big bang?
3. Missing Star Formation – No mechanism has been suggested to  adequately explain how the planets, stars, and galaxies formed.
4. Missing Time – Most dating methods show that the earth, stars, galaxies, and solar system are young, and many methods indicate an age less than 10,000 years. If this is true, there was not enough time for the big bang to have taken place.
5. Missing Life
– In an evolving universe, life should have developed in many different places apart from Earth. Where is everybody else?

How can science speak about “origins” with such authority when there is so much that man does not understand nor can explain?

From A Closer Look at the Evidence by Klein, October 9. 

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