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Updated: Oct 23, 2021


Out of all of the ancient religions, only Christianity gives an accurate picture of the cosmos. Real science has slain all of the old gods. The Norse gods were proven false when humanity learned enough about geology and biology to know it would be impossible for the Earth to have been made of a dead Norse giant skull. We now know that life has to be made of cells, and rocks cannot be alive. We know from simple observations that there are no gods living on top of Mount Olympus, in 1913 when Swiss climbers Frédéric Boissonnas and Daniel Baud-Bovy, finally reached the summit. They found no supernatural beings, and lived to tell us about it. Or when mankind ventured out into the stars, they saw that there was no giant holding up the Earth as the ancient Greeks believed, nor was it held by elephants as the Hindus scriptures described.

Countless other religions and gods have been proven false time and time again, only the Christian scriptures have stood the test of time. There has never been a single shred of real scientific evidence that has could disprove the existence of the Christian God. Don't get me wrong, the atheists are desperately searching for it, and claiming that they have already found it. However the scientific facts written down thousands of years ago instead show that the Bible is full of scientific truths like no other ancient scripture. Instead of mythological beings holding up the Earth, the Bible describes the Earth as resting on nothing.

Job 26:7

...He (God) suspends the earth over nothing.

But this is just the beginning of the scientific facts in the Bible. Perhaps one of the most famously known is that the Bible contains the shape of the Earth. Nearly every ancient culture believed that the Earth was flat, including the Greeks 1, the Egyptians 2, the Chinese 3, and the Indians and their sacred texts the Vedas 4, were all recorded as generally believing the Earth was flat. The ancient Muslims believed in a flat Earth due to the Quran describing the Earth as "spread out". Although a mere handful of Greek philosophers did argue for a round Earth in ancient times, regardless the majority of the Greek people held to flat Earth beliefs.

However the ancient Hebrew culture was the only exception. The prophet Isaiah describes the Earth as round, at a time when nearly every culture believed the world was flat.

Isaiah 40:22

He sits enthroned above the circle of the earth, and its people are like grasshoppers. He stretches out the heavens like a canopy, and spreads them out like a tent to live in.

It is hard to grasp with the magnitude of this verse from a scientific and anthropological stance. This single ancient verse undermines everything that the modern atheist stands for. There was no other ancient culture, except for a handful of Greek philosophers, that believed in a round or spherical Earth. And there is no ancient religious scripture that claims the Earth was round besides the Christian scriptures. Yet we are told by these same atheists that there is no evidence for the Christian God. How is it possible that the New Atheist movement can claim to be scientific, and yet miss such obvious evidence for the existence of the Christian God?

But Isaiah 40:22 is holding more scientific facts than meets the eye at first glance. The second part of this verse makes an incredible prediction about the universe, that it is spreading outward. This verse is not alone, ten times in the Bible a prophet or psalmist claims that God spreads out the universe. 5 Other ancient religions have every sort of cosmology that you can imagine, however none of them have the concept of an expanding universe except the Christian scriptures. As the science of astronomy began to develop, observers still saw no expansion for thousands of years, it seemed that perhaps the Christian scriptures were wrong. However this was scheduled for a complete turnaround in the 1930's. Before this time the entire scientific community held to what was called the static universe theory, otherwise known as an unchanging and eternal universe, including the famous physicist Albert Einstein. None of them seemed to give any credence to the Bible description of an expanding universe, least of all Einstein. Even though Einstein himself was Jewish, it seemed as if he was not a believer in the Old Testament scriptures.

However an American astronomer named Edwin Hubble made the discovery of a lifetime in1929, and change cosmology forever. Hubble noticed that the entire universe was experiencing a shift toward the red side of the visible spectrum. This was the equivalent of the Doppler Effect that one hears when a train or race car goes by, the sound changes frequency as it passes. A red shift in the light meant the entire universe was expanding away from us, however the distances were so vast we could not observe this change with the naked eye. 6 Hubble's discovery has since been formulated into an equation, known as Hubble's law, and it states amazingly that the further a celestial object is from Earth, the faster it is moving away from us. Hubble's discovery set into motion a series of new discoveries that eventually convinced the entire scientific community, with one of the last to give up an eternal universe being Einstein. 7 In one generation, all of the most intelligent minds in the world working on the origin and nature of the universe changed from believing in a static and eternal universe, to an expanding and non-eternal one. This was a monumental victory and confirmation of the Christian scriptures.

The universe is described in the Bible and being expanded like a tent 5

In our modern times the prevailing theory of cosmology is of course the Big Bang theory, which is not completely in line with the Bible, but it does have many commonalities such as time, space, and matter coming into existence at a point in the past. Even famed atheist theoretical physicist Stephen Hawking admitted that time began at the so called 'big bang.' 8 Strangely, it seems as if scientists must be forced into a more Biblical account of origins by the evidence, even though modern science has it roots in Christianity. But the origins debate rages on in modern times, many secular physicists have begun to question the idea of whether the universe really began at the creation event (or Big Bang).

Even though every time science went up against the Bible in the past, and the Bible won out, still many secular scientists seem bent on finding theories that do not agree with its account of origins. There seems to be a lot of interest in modern cosmology and theoretical physics in an attempt to resurrect the eternal universe, which is now known as the cyclic universe theory. In this theory the universe could still be eternal because the big bang was just one of many of a potentially infinite number of expansions and contractions (big bangs and big crunches). Perhaps of even more interest to secular modern scientists is the idea of the multiverse, or the idea that there could be an infinite number of other universes with every possible set of events has or will happen. What's confusing about these new theories is that there is already a staggering amount of evidence against them, one might think that the mainstream scientists would be concerned with where the evidence is leading.

The eternal universe has a lot of problems, even the eternal cyclic universe theory suffers from many of the same problems as its predecessor the static universe theory. Ultimately the second law of thermodynamics utterly destroys any kind of eternal universe, because the second law requires entropy (disorder) to always increase as time progresses. Each cycle of big bangs and big crunches would require an increase in entropy each time. Any infinitely old universe would have infinite entropy. An infinitely disordered universe would be nothing but energy, or possibly not even that, and could not support life. A multiverse has similar problems in that if there were an infinite number of universes with every possible outcome, then there would be an infinite number of travelers from those universes coming into our own. Yet we see no travelers. It may be that infinite things may exist in concept, however perhaps they cannot exist in reality.

If these "scientific" theories can be discounted so easily, why are scientists around the world so interested in wasting time and money? After a more careful examination of the theories they seem so interested in, even though they contradict the evidence and the Bible, a new and troubling trend becomes apparent. Ideas like the multiverse and the cyclic universe have been around for thousands of years long before physics was much of a science. They both exist as part of Hindu cosmology, and can be found throughout their scriptures. Ancient pagan Hinduism may be a very unlikely source for new scientific theories, yes the same religion that claimed the world was held up by elephants. Nonetheless Hinduism cosmology contains a big bang type creation event from a small point, deep time, evolution, aliens, a cyclic universe, and a multiverse in their scriptures. 9 - 11

In the Hindu creation myth, their god Brahman becomes something called a cosmic egg.12 This cosmic egg then "hatched" and forms the entire universe. The scientist Georges Lemaitre who first proposed the Big Bang theory, seemed to be very familiar with this myth, because not only did he claim that it was true, he claimed that the cosmic egg (Brahman) was actually a type of exotic matter or primeval atom which then exploded into the universe.13 Shockingly, or perhaps not shockingly, Georges Lemaitre was a Catholic priest. Christianity clearly teaches that other religions are not true paths to God, but are actually despised by God.14 A person who has taken a vow to serve God, such as a priest, and then makes claims like this about pagan doctrine and "science" fails to speak the truth about God and the nature of the universe. The Bible teaches that God is separate from his creation, and he intelligently designed the universe using his knowledge. 15 Clearly Christianity is incompatible with Hinduism, yet this particular priest seemed motivated to combine them with modern "science."

In the rest of the Hindu creation myth, Brahman becomes the entire universe and then collapses back into a cosmic egg every 311.04 trillion years, then the cycle repeats. 16 This is remarkably similar to the modern cyclic universe theory. If you think it is just a coincidence then perhaps reading the article published this month