Say what? You are the one following a bronze age god did it by magic guess, not me, all my information has evidence to back it up, your has what? Faith...I know which I would rather put my trust in.<quoted text>
I can't help but be sorry for you.
You blindly follow people who make claims of impossible events by playing the "laws of physics break down here" card. You must know that the laws of physics are etched in stone and don't just disappear every time scientist need to explain the impossible.
One thing explains the impossible.
"before the Big Bang"
Umm no such thing in science, time started with the Big Bang or some say. Mili second after the BB. So there can be no before the BB. Polly will tell you all about that.
"particular scribe, monk, church or monarch of the day"
Monk. I love that show.
Actually the laws of physics do not break down, people used to believe they break down but things have moved on since you got your information, the laws of mathematics have proved this. However there are still some fundies who like to stick to the OLD ways and are unwilling to belief facts because those facts interfere with their faith.
You are also wrong here, before the big bang is now a valid concept in science, just because you are out of date is no ones problem but your own.
You seem to have the meaning of time totally screwed up in your head for some reason, perhaps its ignorance, who knows. Whatever it is it all boils down to your irrational belief that time is somehow key to the creation of the universe.
However you must realise that you are contradicting you own faith of an eternal heaven? Nope perhaps you dont know this, anyway if time exists then heaven cannot be eternal, the vary fact that time passes means that eternity is not valid. Or perhaps you can come up with some special pleading to feel sorry for.
Note, I deliberately used a lower case m and moved the word mionk from the beginning of the sentence so as not to confuse you, never mind. I was of course referring to such monks as Eusebius who were known to forge religious texts.