In the beginning God created the heavens and the earth.
Think about that for a minute. Genesis 1:1. Everything that has ever existed in the universe, every atom, fire, molecule of water, air, troposphere, stratosphere, mesosphere, thermosphere and exosphere., fire, every natural resource, every animal, vegetable and mineral.
God created it all by–and here’s the incredible part–by simply speaking it into existence out of nothing.
We can’t comprehend “nothing”. We have no concept of “nothingness”. Oh, we can look up at the black sky on a starless night and say to ourselves, “Well, that’s void. There’s nothing there.” Yes there is. The black sky is full of oxygen and gasses and tiny particles of dust and stuff we can’t see with the naked eye–all of which God made when He spoke everything into existence.
I heard this scientist on some space show on TV talking about finding life on other planets and preparing space craft to reach Mars and colonizing it so someday we could live there. Then he said one of the dumbest things I’ve ever heard anyone say on TV ever. He said something to the effect of. “We can’t be so naïve to think that in this massive endless universe earth is the only planet where man can sustain life.
The guy clearly doesn’t know or believe in God or know a thing about God’s Word.
I know third graders who know more about science than that “scientist”.