Tales From the Road: The Big Bang

Wednesday, October 3, 2018

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I've heard a lot of talk about the Big Bang in the past 38 years. No, I don't mean that light-headed sitcom on television. I also am not referring to the hypothesis that all creation suddenly and magically appeared from a loud noise. As I said in my Nov. 30, 2011, Reflection: Big Bang Theories and humanistic evolution make intriguing science fiction, but do not give us useable knowledge. Rather they are diversions which turn us away from Almighty God who created us, and from Jesus Christ who loves us and died for us.


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