Astronomers using a powerful telescope have discovered “ripples” in the cosmos they believe began following the so-called “Big Bang.” Some scientists think that the universe exploded from a tiny speck and hurled itself out in all directions in the fraction of a second that followed the universe's birth. According to this theory, this explosion caused the formation of the planets, stars, and humanity over the next hundreds of millions of years. These ripples are like those created when someone kicks a ball into a pond. It seems, however, that scientists still do not know who kicked the ball.
The brightest scientific minds in the world are unable to explain what is clear to believers everywhere— that God is the Creator of all things. –Jim L. Wilson and Larry Blair
Romans 1:20 (ESV) For his invisible attributes, namely, his eternal power and divine nature, have been clearly perceived, ever since the creation of the world, in the things that have been made. So they are without excuse.