The Big Bang Theory - Southern Adventist University

The Big Bang Theory - Southern Adventist University

The Big Bang Theory And the Origin of the Universe 2 1. Our Exploration of the Universe

A Story Scientific Process Get an idea

Perform experiments Create theory

Use theory New Theory

Gm 1m2 F= 2 r

Take-Home Lessons Scientific theories are tentative A more accurate theory may come along Science is inadequate as a way of determining truth The Big Bang as a Scientific Theory

Singularity Explosion Expansion

Singularity Singularity No D

1D No size distance 2D area

3D volume Matter and energy can change back and forth

Matter Energy Energy doesnt take up space

Energy Energy Scientific Process Get an

idea Perform experiments Create

theory Use theory 3. The Big BangObservation or

Speculation? Sources Hawking, Stephen. A Brief History of Time, the updated and expanded tenth anniversary edition. New York: Telegraph Group Ltd., 1996. Heeren, Fred. Show Me God: What the Message from Space is Telling Us About God. Olathe, KS: Day

Star Publications, 2004. Jastrow, Robert. God and the Astronomers. 2nd ed. New York: Norton, 1992. Jastrow, Robert, and Michael R. Rampino. Origins of Life in the Universe. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2008. Pandit, Subodh K. Does God Really Exist? Come Search with Me. 4th ed. United States of America: SearchSeminars, 2015. (Illustration from Slide 10)

Images By Images may appear on more than one slide. Citation is given on the first slide where each image appears [2] Milky Way at sunrise Silhouette of a range 77475745, ClaudioVentrella,

[3a] Geocentric Theory, Thomas Bartlett [3b] Z is for Mars courtesy of Courtney Seligman, http://apod.nasa.gov/apod/ap060422.html, Credit & Copyright: Tunc Tezel [3c] Geocentric Universe Thomas Bartlett [3d] Earth and orbiting moon, Evan Robinson [5] Big Bang Myles Ketelsen

[14] Boy blowing up balloon 484646920, NiwatSingsamarn, Getty Images (US), Inc. Subscription Special Thanks Kenneth Caviness, PhD

Physics Professor, Southern Adventist University and the Foundation for Adventist Education Origins Resources 2017

Southern Adventist University 2017 Seventh-day Adventist North American Division 2017

General Conference of Seventh-day Adventists 2017 SCORE Southern Center for Origins Research & Education 2017

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