Big Bang ‘Gravity Wave’ Discovery Supports Biblical Creation, Say Old Earth Creationists – but wait a minute…

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“The Bible was the first to predict big bang cosmology,” according to Hugh Ross, president and founder of Reasons to Believe, an Old Earth Creationist organization that believes Christianity and science are complementary.

In an interview with The Christian Post on Tuesday, Ross explained that the detection of gravity waves from the universe’s rapid expansion, referred to as “inflation,” shows that “when the universe was a trillionth of a trillionth of a trillionth of a second old, it expanded faster than the speed of light.”

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What are the theological implications of modern cosmology?

A comment from Bob Stanley about the related article by Rabbi Lawrence Keleman:

This is an interesting article. I have long been an interested student of cosmology and it became evident to me many years ago that cosmology is headed toward proving that GOD truly does exist.

What really fascinates me is that no one has figured out what gravity is.

Einstein predicted gravity waves but decades of searching for them with some ingenious methods have failed to detect them and have shown no results.

Here we are on a trillion+ ton ball spinning around the sun at thousands of miles an hour and yet being held in orbit by an invisible string. A force that is so great that it holds galaxies together over millions of light years wide is still undetectable???

It is so simple, GOD is doing it by His word and GOD is physically undetectable.

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