Four key astrophysical discoveries point directly to the conclusion that the universe must have had a Creator:
- The universe is expanding.
- The universe had a beginning at a specific point in space and time.
- The universe will never collapse back on itself (it will expand forever).
- The universe began with a one-time, never to be repeated event.
Together, those four facts make a strong case for the universe having been created rather than just happening.
It’s a much more reasonable case than the one atheism presents. Atheists say they don’t believe in miracles. Yet they want us to accept the biggest miracle imaginable: the God-less miracle of the universe creating itself one and only one time in all eternity for no discernible reason. Nobody even has a scientifically respectable theory of how and why this could have happened.
Actually, it takes a lot more faith to believe what atheists assert than to simply accept what the scientific evidence suggests:
“In the beginning, God created the heavens and the earth.”
You can read my article about how the four factors mentioned above point directly to a Creator here:
– Ron Franklin