If during the day we can only see one star the sun and look up and see the stars in the night sky in summer, the north star, the southern cross, Ursa major, Polaris. Then the Earth revolves around the sun and is 180 degrees from where it was and now winter. Should it not be that we are unable to see the universe that we were looking at in summer because we can't see past the sun? Would we not be looking out into the night sky in the total opposite direction? And at a different part of the universe? Well, how is it that we see the same stars in winter as we do in summer as well as spring and autumn, all year round, year in year out? are we to believe that these stars also rotate around the sun at the same we do? Or could the Bible be true, and we are the center of the universe, and everything revolves around us. And we are the observers and witnesses to God divine creation, power, precision, majesty, and glory.
Numerous brilliant mathematical minds make it their life's work theorizing about the workings of the universe, and once in a while, a theory or two is provable. That has got to be very satisfying. Is it such a stretch to theorize that a brilliant mind created matter and the forces that are at work in the cosmos? I wonder why do some scientists get so angry when a person expresses belief in God? So, we’re all so supposed to be fascinated with all the wild imaginations of physicists and scientists (and all the big fancy words they use to confuse us) but not of those things that are spiritual. It makes sense to the snobby scientists.