In your attempts to debate the origins of life and the universe, you've blown the biggest hole in your argument. The only thing you have to say is simply, God did it.
Yes, saying God did it sums it up. How He did it isn’t important. Do you think the purpose of the bible was to describe each step He took to create each and every thing in the universe?
If you have so much faith in your God, then why even debate?
What do you know about Christianity? This is an honest question. We debate in the hope that eyes will be opened to come and know Christ. We all have free will. God is not controlling us like puppets. I don’t do participate here because I have to, I don’t think any Christians are on this forum for that reason.
You already have all the answers.
I do. It’s great!
Seriously though… I don’t have all the answers. Can you point to someone in this forum that states they have all the answers or would you like to rephrase your question?
Why even try to understand what He did?
A hypothetical question for you: If there is a God, would it not be important to know what He did (i.e. send his Son to die on the cross?) If you say no, please explain.
Why put yourself through the trouble?
I believe this was answered above, if not, please clarify your question.
And one last question, how many of you use GPS? (Google maps on your phone, car GPS, etc) I'm curious.
I use GPS and I read your comment on it. I admit I’m not a starlight/space expert so I won’t comment on it. I will say this though. There are things we Christians don’t fully understand. We continue to study God’s Word as this is the crux of our faith. We are not perfect, not by any means. We sin, and by sinning, we fall short of the Grace of God. This is where Christ’s bloodshed wipes away those sins.
In other words, knowing the ‘how’ isn’t as important as knowing the ‘Who’! (The ‘w’ capitalized on purpose!)
BTW, welcome to the forum.