A question for Brian Sapient and Kelly about the ABC news debate
Why did you advocate the Steady State theory of the universe when it has been a dead theory in the scientific community for many years in light of the Big Bang theory. Since I'm not expecting you to remember everything you said in that debate (or the other members of this message board), your statements can be found here http://abcnews.go.com/Nightline/story?id=3148940&page=1 in the section "Is God a projection of your culture." Go to the 8:50 mark in which Kirk Cameron poses the question "If you're gonna keep going back to the beginning you've got to go back all the way and say something's got to be infinite...who made the universe?" After which you seem to agree that it is the universe "Why can't the universe be infinite?" According to the clearly more accepted scientific theory, the universe has not existed forever. Do you still hold these views of a Steady State universe, and if so, how do you justify them scientifically?