Doesn't the Big Bang complement Christian theology?

The scientific concensus is that approximatle 14 billion years ago, reality (time,space, laws of physics) sprang into existence. Now, this in itself contradicts the first law of thermodynamics, matter cannot be created nor destroyed unded NATURAL circumstances. Therefore, something supernatural would have... show more
The scientific concensus is that approximatle 14 billion years ago, reality (time,space, laws of physics) sprang into existence.

Now, this in itself contradicts the first law of thermodynamics, matter cannot be created nor destroyed unded NATURAL circumstances. Therefore, something supernatural would have caused the creation of matter.
Scientists were schocked when they realized that this happened to agree with the relgious idea that the Universe had was created (therefore it had a creator) They came up with something called the steady state theory, which has been proven false.

Now i agree that the idea that an omnipotent force created the Universe is a bit unbelievable. But isn't the idea that matter and space created themselves out of nothing, (not even time or a vacuum) even more unbelievable?

In order to avoid agreeing with religion, peope have come up with other theories like the laws of physics change and that there was a nother universe before the big bang, all of which they have NO proof for. How can they possibly call that science when its based entirely on belief? DThe facts are that the universe began .
There is a line in the Bible that says God created the universe and stretched it out. Stretch? the universe has been expanding , long before science even realized it, but the Bible stated it.
Update: The purely atheistic (is that a word?) thought processs would lead you to the logical conclusion that the universe somehow magically exploded into being, and in this chaos, all the constants
Update 2: It was a christian priest who came up with the big bang
Update 3: Just like matter can't come from nonmatter, (the quarks and stuff that are created in quantum mechanics are created from energy, which is not a violation of anything, however, the big nag created energy and matter which are really the same thing), LIFE CAN"T ARISE from nonliving things, EXCEPT of course... show more Just like matter can't come from nonmatter, (the quarks and stuff that are created in quantum mechanics are created from energy, which is not a violation of anything, however, the big nag created energy and matter which are really the same thing), LIFE CAN"T ARISE from nonliving things, EXCEPT of course for the one time it just happened to.
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