The Big Bang Theory vs Creationism
Presentation by Matt McCullough
The Big Bang Theory
The Big Bang Theory is a theory in which many scientists believe in. The whole idea of this theory is that the world started from one extremely hot dense state and is continually expanding to this very day. The Big Bang estimated to occured between 13.798-0.037 million years ago. Within this hot mass held many galaxies like the specks inside of a balloon. This theory was developed in 1964 after scientist found micro radiation in space. According to this theory, the major atoms released from the explosion were Hydrogen, Helium and traces of lithium. This is a widely accepted theory within the scientific community. Georges Lemaitre was the first who proposed what is now today known as The Big Bang Theory.
Similarities and Differences
Although these two theories different and separate they also share one obvious similar characteristic. Both creationism and The Big Bang Theory are theories based on how the universe and all life inside of it were created.
Now for the differences. There are a lot more differences then are similarities between these two theories. Creationism is based more on the side of religion and a god or being while The Big Bang Theory relies solely on science and so called logic for its evidence. Most if not all scientist believe in The Big bang Theory over creationism. Why? Simply because that is what scientist rely and learn from; science. While creationism relies completely on beliefs and a faith system. Although holy books, such as the Bible, which have historical proof that these so called "gods" or "beings" existed. But it is hard to say if these books really are true and what is held inside them is too.