Gas In A Vacuum | David Rives

One theory of cosmic evolution is that after a Big Bang, 14 Billion Years ago, gas in the vacuum of space started contracting, eventually becoming so tight that it formed stars. It’s claimed that this happened trillions upon trillions of times to create the populated Universe we see today.

However, we’ve never had ONE confirmed, observable report of a star forming! IF it’s happened an incalculable number of times over the past 14 Billion Years, why are newly-formed stars being so elusive?

Perhaps because we only observe gas expanding in a vacuum – never compressing into a star. Mutual gravity of the particles in those regions of space just CAN’T bring everything together.

Gas in a vacuum expands – it doesn’t form stars. The Bible tells us of One who does form stars. It describes an amazing God, who created the entire cosmos in the Beginning, and yet also cares for our smallest needs.

I’m David Rives, truly the Heavens declare the glory of God.