The inflation of the universe is an event in the natural cosmos. Positing a god is supernatural. For one there is evidence, for the other there is no evidence.
A Catholic priest came-up with the Big Bang theory.<br />
Chew on that for awhile.<br />
Cool story. I think you're missing the point, though.
It doesn't rule out there being a god, but it positively does rule out there being a God as described in the book, "Bible". The Big Bang was no so much an explosion as an expansion of both space AND time. It's understanding the "time" part that makes all the difference.
Well comparing a scientific theory to ancient guesses is hardly a comparison. The big bang theory could be proven wrong tomorrow and god would still remain unproven.
No current physics rules out divine intervention, because it recognizes neither divine nor intervention. There is no way to rule out or rule in God ba<x>sed on physics. Either the concept of God or physics has to be changed fundamentally to make them compatible. No one seems to be working seriously on making these concepts commensurable.
No the Big Bang theory does not rule out God.<br />
We cant be sure if the Big Bang theory is completely accurate but it is the most scientifically backed theory.
Science does not say anything about "God" one way or the other.
I don't really believe in anything. To be honest I couldn't care less about how the world was created.. If god is real then he isn't the good, nice man that i have been taught he was.
The universe, a massive computer, is god and it doing some serious calculations as it goes through the multiple bangs on a scale of time we can't fathom.... That, maybe ;)
Who made the bang big? god!
No one created the Universe; it's mind boggling, but the Universe has no beginning and no end, both in existence as well as in size.
God created the Universe using the laws of physics,( he created them too ). Man has yet to figure it out. So far just theories and guesses.
I love the way they combine both it's perfect,i'm with science.
i think God may have created what we interpret as the Big Bang
No, there's nothing conflicting the ideas of the big bang and God as a cause. Misguided people seem to think it does, but all it really rules out is Creationism as a concept- which isn't surprising. As an initial cause FOR the big bang though, "God" is as reasonable an explanation as any, since we have literally no idea what came before. Doesn't even need to be a god that cares even. Just something that triggered the bang. Theoretically of course, an omniscient, omnipotent entity could plan the entire universe in advance to play out originating from that single bang, based on the ideas of causality.