It's usually whilst lying on my back on a warm summers night, gazing up into a clear moonless night, in the middle of nowhere, when the milky way can be seen clearly that I get around to worrying about all that sort of stuff...
Sorry Quickbeam not enough evidence for either. if everything began with the Big Bang there can be nothing before so the Big Bang cannot have happened and nothing exists. But of course it does as I have just typed this post,or have I?
If God exists and created everything, what was he doing with himself before hand?
I'm no expert but I believe the theory is that all the matter which existed came together with such force that it created the big bang and the universe has been expanding ever since. When this expansion finally rune out of steam and stops the whole thing will go into reverse and repeat itself.
Not a very scientific explanation (from me) but I think that's the basis of the theory. I don't think I'll be around to see it anyway.
If nothing could have been created without God - who/what created God?