The Evolution vs. Creation debate is arguably considered the greatest question of origins, why,
how, and where did everything come from. Science has made the compelling discovery that, at
some point, the universe began. Both sides of the Great Debate now agree that the universe has
not existed eternally. This is where the agreement ends. As far as the "why" and "how" of the
origins, this is where the division and contention begin. There are two basic theories in this Great
Debate. The first is the Creation Model of Origins. This theory maintains that the design
permeating all things implies a Designer. The second theory is the more recent, atheistic
explanation is the Evolution Model of Origins. This theory speculates that the design permeating
all things is a product of random chance and excessive time.
Evolutionists do quite well in terms of theoretical science, but fail to find empirical evidence.
Evolutionists theorize that the universe, with all that it contains like, space, time, matter and
energy, exploded from nothing. This is contrary to the First Law of Thermodynamics. Where did
space, time, matter and energy come from in the first place, for evolutionists, the ultimate
question of Origins remains unsolved. To complicate the Evolutionary position, this original
explosion of everything from nothing is unable to explain all of the complexity and fine-tuning
in the universe, including cosmic voids and clumps, retrograde motion of the galaxies, etc.
Despite numerous problems, this explosion from nothing has been called the Big Bang theory
and is the accepted theory among the majority of Evolutionists. Evolution is a very unique
science. Typically, scientists observe evidentiary data and then formulate their conclusions.
Evolutionists have formulated their conclusion, and now look for the missing data, which further
debates the riddle of complexity. Creationists believe the universe was designed to be complex