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Simple: Everything that has a point of origin MUST also have

have a cause. Since God has no point of origin (HE has always existed), he also has no cause. This is known as the Kalam Argument:

1. What begins to exist must have a cause.

2. The universe has a beginning,

3. Therefore, the universe must have a cause.

Evidence for the validity of the argument comes from:

The evidence for the Big Bang and the theory of Relativity, as well as the background temperature of the universe, and the origin of the lighter elements.

as for support for the existence of a Creator:(from Renowned Scientists)

Allen Rex Sandage, The Grand Old Man of Cosmology and a protege' of Edwin Hubble, said to a debate audience: "It was my science that drove me to the conclusion that the world is much more complicated than can be explained through science." He would later tell a reporter:" It was only through the supernatural that I can understand the mystery of existence." (Sharon Begley," Science Finds God",Newsweek, (July 20, 1998)

Consciousness and the Mind of God, Talliferro, Charles

Darwin's Black Box , Michael Behe

Icons of Evolution, Johnathan Wells

Evolution, A Theory In Crisis, Nature's Destiny Michael Denton

Theism, Atheism, and the Big Bang, William Lane Craig & Quentin Smith

The Privileged Planet, Guillermo Gonzalez & Jay Wesley Richards

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