Creation debate is often referred to as the "Great Debate." It's the emotion-packed question of "Origins." 20th century science has made the compelling discovery that, at some point, the universe began. Both sides of the Great Debate agree that the universe has not existed forever. This sadly is where the agreement ends. As for the "why" and "how" of the "origin event," this is where the division and debate begins. There are two theories to this Great Debate. The first is the historical default - the Creation Model of Origins. This theory maintains that the complex design charging all things suggests a Designer. The second theory is the more recent, atheistic explanation - the Evolution Model of Origins. This theory assumes that the complex design charging all things is a product of random chance and a lot of time.
Evolutionists that view themselves as the only "scientists" in the debate, insist that the mass amount of evidence be put on the Creationists. Reason being, we can't see this Creator, we can't hear this Creator, and we can't touch, taste, or smell this Creator. So where do we come from? How did we get here? Everything that exists today, the stars, planets, and all living matter came from one huge explosion of matter and energy billions of years ago; this is usually referred to as "the Big Bang theory." All Matter that exists created itself, or is simply eternal in existence. This theory of the origin of all life in our universe and the universe itself is the best realistic hypothesis science can find these days, in its attempts to prove there is no Creator God. To begin, this theory of life simply states that in the beginning, eternal matter existed in the form of one gigantic compressed energy, that at one point in time simply exploded and projected forth a universe, with all its galaxies, stars ad planets as we know it today. This idea is said to have started with Immanuel Kant (1724-1804) who believed all life emerged from a swirl of matter.