Physicist and cosmologist Dr. Alexander Vilenkin refutes some scientific models (like Eternal Inflation, Cyclic Evolution, and Static Seed (Emergent Universe)) that supposedly argue for a universe without a beginning. He then offers his own explanation (via the Borde Guth Vilenkin Theorem) why the universe did have a beginning.
Skip to 34:15 to see what Alexander says about the universe having a beginning.
Come on atheists, this is getting stupid. Your theory is so easy to debunk. It's amazing how it still has followers.
"Doesn't mean God did it. Nothing created something. Quantum fluctuation occurred from the vacuum."
And the vacuum is NOT NOTHING. Particles are created and destroyed within the vacuum but it's not nothing because it contains electromagnetic waves. Every effect must have a cause according to Causality, therefore (since the universe had a beginning) it has a cause.
Whether you want to say that some particle or energy popped out from nowhere or was eternal and created the universe leads to the same result that it was a creator behind the universe just not one with life or a mind. So if you want to believe you're the product of a mindless cause (still a god as it's a creator) be my guest but considering the Laws that govern with the universe, I'm betting that this god was intelligent.
Atheism debunked again.