Okay Corrie, so you've read several books on evelution and the Big Bang Theory and you still haven't learned how the universe was created or how life began and now you suggest that I read some, or at least one, of those same books. Corrie, my friend, those books were'nt written to inform you, they were written to divert your attention away from the truth. And, that truth is, no one on this Earth knows how, when or why this universe was created nor how, when or why life began. Those things have always been and always will be a mystery to man during his lifetime. If he is to know those things he will learn them after he leaves here, not before.
Now,there is probably nothing wrong with you accepting the Big Bang as your "creator", however, one would think that you would be a little more appreciative and give thanks to your "creator". You might even consider giving worship, praise and respect to your "creator" for doing such a wonderful job in putting this all together and allowing it to last long enough for you to see it. Do it while you can Corrie, once you leave here may be too late.
And, yes Corrie, I do have specific questions but they are not based on any of your books. If those books were meant to be informative they would have answered those questions. So I'm asking you, Corrie, tell me in your own words where did the atom come from and what caused it to explode. And where did the amoeba come from and what caused it to mutate. Please share that bit of information with me and all those religious freaks out there so that we can finally put the "Myth" to rest.
Corrie, you're wrong about my being lazy, however, you're right about my not being well informed like yourself. Anyone who knows how the universe was created knows everything. So, to answer a few simple questions should'nt be that difficult.