The Vatican’s Big Bang

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Turns out the Catholic Church has given its blessing to Switzerland’s CERN nuclear physics laboratory, which provides antimatter for the Vatican bomb plot in Angels and Demons, but in reality serves as a site of advanced research into the origins of the universe. No surprise, actually, when you consider that the Big Bang itself was […]

  • Dale Herr

    You may believe in the big bang theory, remember it is only a theory, but I would like to know who lit the fuse? The Catholic Church has many problems most of which are doctrinal. If you cant believe Genesis 1:1 how will you believe anything else? Will you also deny Jesus as the creator; Hath in these last days spoken unto us by [his] Son, whom he hath appointed heir of all things, by whom also he made the worlds; Heb 1:2, And, Thou, Lord, in the beginning hast laid the foundation of the earth; and the heavens are the works of thine hands: Heb 1:10 or Col 1:16; For by him were all things created, that are in heaven, and that are in earth, visible and invisible, whether [they be] thrones, or dominions, or principalities, or powers: all things were created by him, and for him: The concept of God, Jesus Christ, Mary all come from the Bible. Will you now pick and choose which parts of it you will believe. It is all or nothing, since no one on earth has the authority to over rule wha tis written. I remind you of the word of the Apostle Paul; And these things, brethren, I have in a figure transferred to myself and [to] Apollos for your sakes; that ye might learn in us not to think [of men] above that which is written I Cor 4:6

  • Joost Ruiter

    @Dale Herr

    One of the biggest misconceptions surrounding the Big Bang theory is that it should explain “who lit the fuse”. The Big Bang theory doesn`t need to explain that. The theory of Gravity (which is no different from the Big Bang theory in that it is “just” a theory)also doesn`t explain WHY there is gravity, the laws of thermodynamics explain NOTHING about the origin.

    The Big Bang theory explains almost EVERYTHING what happenend right after the lighting of the fuse. Because before that moment the laws of physics like we know it didnt excist yet, so it`s virtually impossible to ascertain “who lit the fuse”.

    You say that you believe in Genesis. So you`re a creationist I asume? May I ask you one question? Do you use a SATNAV in your car? I`ll wait for you answer before I explain the reasoning behind this question…

  • Dale Herr

    Here we have apples & coconuts, Big Bang- gravity two different things Maybe you should consider electricity & gravity, both invisible, both work because they are a force in nature if you will. The big Bang supposedly began it all, including gravity & electricity. As far as SATNAV, I have no idea what that is or how it relates to creation. So for your evolutionary mind, I would like to remind you of something you should consider. If you are looking for the missing link, you might want to consider the plant kingdom, where no such thing exists. A sequoia tree was not at one time a slime mold, neither did a euglena become a rose bush. Grapes are always grapes never bananas, oak trees are not ferns. If there is order in the plant kingdom, why not the animal kingdom. Please dont tell me all this just “happened” So out of chaos, comes order? the human heart is an accident? and it just so happens it beats automatically with out you thinking about it, or breathing is involuntary by accident. Have you ever had your blood typed? was it A,B,O,or AB POS OR NEG? Well FYI there are 26 specific antigens on the Rh system of the blood, not just POS or NEG there is C,c,E,e KELL and a host of others, By accident? Platelets always work to clot the blood, so as to stop bleeding Segmented neutrophils always do the same thing, attack bacteria in infections. I could go on, but the Bible says God created all things for his pleasure. look around at the order and tell me all this just happened.

  • By reading this post I’m amazed that Catholic Church of Switzerland’s provide nuclear physics laboratory. Thanks 🙂