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Advanced apologies as my comment is not directly related to the primary focus of the article (which I enjoyed)...but seeing as it's started.... There is about as much evidence for the Big Bang theory of creation as there is for God as a creator. Using standard scientific theory, the probability of millions of particles "randomly" coming together from which the universe as we know it being created, would be so minuscule the hypothesis would be rejected outright. It's nonsense, sorry I mean its "enlightened nonsense." Science has proved the universe is finite. Finite entities have a beginning and an end. How did something finite create itself? However far one wishes to extrapolate time, at some point something came from nothing, how is this possible within the laws of physics as we know them? Another old chestnut, religion and science are contradictory I.e you can only accept one or the other. There is only one strand on science that religion fails to accept, that is the THEORY of evolutionary biology, which itself is debated upon within the scientific community. Religion does not contradict the entire paradigm of science. In fact many great scientists were people of religious belief. If and when secularists are able to create something from nothing, I will happily take their evidence. Until then please respect a persons right to believe in a creator, which as aforementioned is an equally if not more likely explanation. Kind regards AHM

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07 Dec 2015

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