Cosmological Argument - What Does The Bible Say?
The Bible tells us, from the very first verse, that God created the universe. "In the beginning God created the heaven and the earth" (Genesis 1:1). "The LORD made the heavens" (1 Chronicles 16:26). We know that God is not Himself a physical part of the universe. 2 Chronicles 2:6 states: "...the heaven and heaven of heavens cannot contain him". We also know that "the LORD, the everlasting God" (Genesis 21:33) is eternal and infinite. "His mighty power rules forever" (Psalm 66:7). The Bible teaches very clearly that God is the uncaused First Cause who created the universe by willing it into existence.
The Kalam Cosmological Argument is consistent with the biblical account of the beginning of the universe and of the 'First Cause'. However, it is only one of many indicators and evidences pointing to the existence of God the Creator as revealed by the Bible.
Yes neil, however atheists base there pints on evidence. At the moment no matter how much you believe something to be untrue, the Big Bang is what the evidence is pointing towards, this may change over time but actually at the moment the evidence points to something that gives a chance that god will still exist. So until it can be proven otherwise that there is more evidence any atheist that has really looked into it must acknowledge that there is evidence pointing towards a creator. This may change but at the moment you can’t really ignore the evidence. I’m not trying to start an argument it was just where you said about taking about more recent science. How the most recent science has very little evidence in comparison to the Big Bang theory.