I see you doing what all believers seem to fall into on this site, and that is making one statement that completely throws out your next statement.<quoted text>
I don't understand false science. Logicaly and scietificaly, we can not even exist. This came from this and that came from something else and it came from something else and that continues endlessly. So science says that something comes from nothing, An absolute "vacume" is created and there is nothing and something comes from that nothing. Well actualy science shows that the nothing has vacume energy and that is where the something comes from. So, we continue, where did the vacume energy come from and where did that come from etc. etc. etc. it continues on. Logicaly we can not exist. Yet, I think, therefore I am, descarte concluded. Logicaly, we can not find the answer to origin using the logic of science. I chose to look a different direction. Faith in a God that is beyond our comprehension and a spiritual realm that is not seen. That is governed not by the logic of this world, but the logic of an all knowing, all righteous God. Whose wisdom leaves even the wisest among us looking foolish. A God who created this world and all that is in it. To me science is interesting. But, God is Awesome.
You state that science says that something came from nothing. Perhaps someone may have said such a thing, but I am not aware of any science that suggests something came from nothing. My understanding is that something always comes from something.
On the other hand, the Creation story does say that something came from nothing.
In the beginning, etc. etc. suggests at one time nothing existed. Nothing means not any thing at all; not even an invisible superbeing. If there was an invisible superbeing then that would not have been nothing.
However, ignorming the impossibility of a God when nothing existed, and assuming we can overlook that, then God created everything else from nothing. We still end up with all that we are awware of now,and all that has been known to man before us having come from "nothing".
It seems that science is on the right track, though I can accept that it very likely will never find a beginning point, because the people who do the science have finite lives, and so to be able to go far enough back or far enough out from here to see what is on the other side of that, is likely impossible.
Since man has done thousands of things that he once claimed were impossible, or he just never made any claims because likely he did not have the knowledge to imagine many of the things we have today, then I could be wrong, and man will find a way to go beyond what seems impossible today.
Anything that man finds, even if man was to find that actually a God does exist that actually did create everything, rather than what man has written from his imagination, would be a step forward.
Since it is pretty well certain that all concepts of God that man has today came from the imaginations of men, and since not a single one of the gods has ever been proved to exist, even though billions do believe in some of them, it does seem to lean very heavily to suggesting that a god is an imaginary entity, that actually does not exist. I can't prove that to be true, however.