Big Bang

The Big Bang is supposed to be the event that started it all. It is claimed to be the event which ultimately resulted in our mathematically precise universe as well as the trillions of complex connections within our brains. But explosions have never been known to create order, only destroy it. An important question that evolutionists cannot answer is, “Where did the original material come from that supposedly exploded?” Macroevolution is illogical right from its supposed beginning.


The Big Bang theory also contradicts the Second Law of Thermodynamics, which is foundational to all of science—in fact, the Second Law was viewed by Einstein as “the premier law of all science.”1 Also called the Law of Decay, it tells us that everything becomes disorganized over time.2  Therefore, if we move back in time toward the beginning, everything must become more and more organized. But the Big Bang theory contradicts this law because it starts with the ultimate in disorganization—an explosion! In addition, people need to know that some knowledgeable evolutionists such as astronomer Sir Fred Hoyle no longer believe that a “big bang” could have produced our orderly universe.3  In the magazine Nature, evolutionary physicist Don Page said, “There is no mechanism known as yet that would allow the Universe to begin in an arbitrary state and then evolve to its present highly-ordered state.”4


  1. Lawrence Richards, It Couldn’t Just Happen (Fort Worth, TX: Sweet Publishing, 1987), p. 13.
  2. E. D. Hirsch, Jr., Joseph F. Kett, James Trefil, eds., The Dictionary of Cultural Literacy, 2nd ed. (Boston, MA: Houghton Mifflin Company, 1993), p. 470.
  3. Duane T. Gish, The Amazing Story of Creation (El Cajon, CA: Institute for Creation Research, 1990), p. 17.
  4. Don A. Page, “Inflation Does Not Explain Time Asymmetry,” Nature, Vol. 304 (July 7, 1983), p. 40, as quoted in Taylor, Paul S. The Illustrated Origins Answer Book (Mesa, Arizona: Films For Christ Association, 1989), p. 54.


“. . . No mechanism known . . . would allow the Universe to begin in an arbitrary state . . . then evolve to its present highly-ordered state.”


 Evolutionary physicist

Don Page

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