I've got this song stuck in my head today ("Paid in Full"): https://youtu.be/LQe7X-WItO0
The group (from a Bible college in my state) has great harmony, and the chorus/a capella section is catchy (it's got a folk/bluegrassy vibe to it) and tough to sing - only four breaths in it!
My point in the beginning was to not blindly follow whichever bias you already have, but it quickly diverged from that
Mathematically impossible? Chance literally means it could happen on the first go. Also, if matter is the building blocks of everything, it is more logical to believe that it is preexistent as opposed to some all-powerful being.
Not what I said . . . I'm saying that the Law of Entropy only applies to an isolated system. How do we know that the Universe is an isolated system?
It's actually older, and also sky daddy sounds weird. God exists outside of time and space, therefore he can't be measured using human measurements of time, therefore he is infinite, and he has always been here, time didn't even exist before the universe.
And it's so logical to believe a Magic Speck decided to explode for no reason whatsoever. I mean it couldn't have been there forever, and I don't think it just appeared. Unless someone put it there.