We can explain the BB, we just haven't been able to confirm the exact details partly because the tech at this time isn't powerful enough to access that information. To call the big bang a miracle is to call the sun rising up, a miracle.PaulSacramento wrote:My point is the issue of definitions.thatkidakayoungguy wrote:All we know is that some fluctuation or movement at the quantum level sparked it. Quantum mechanics/physics is currently hard for people to understand, but it doesn't rule out God. I forget how they demonstrated it, but it makes sense to me.PaulSacramento wrote:See the issue with saying that no miracles are needed or never happened is a tricky one.mir·a·cle
a surprising and welcome event that is not explicable by natural or scientific laws and is therefore considered to be the work of a divine agency.
Can someone explain by demonstrable natural or scientific laws how the big bang came to happen?
What if we're a balloon inside heaven?
A miracle, by definition, is an even that is not explainable by natural or scientific laws.
What natural or scientific laws explain the big bang?
Everything that is governed by physics, can be explained by consequentiality. The true miracle, in my opinion, is that there exists anything at all.