The big bang model not only contradicts Scripture (Genesis 1 reveals that the earth originated before the sun), but astronomers keep finding other problems.

One recent problem is that some galaxies in relatively “young” parts of the universe are too large for their age. Evolutionary astrophysicists are puzzled how the galaxies grew so large so quickly. Will this cause them to rethink their model? That’s not how it works. Modern secular scientists are committed to their model, and they will attempt to explain away the exceptions (or shrug them off).

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