• .... Yes?
  • you can be all you want to be,just don't force it upon others.
  • shure. You can believe in anything you want and be a sceintist, you can be a christian scientist, you can be a scientist and believe that your charlie chaplan. If scientists did not have differnt beliefs they would all agree.
  • Did you not mean "believe in God", I thought scientists did study the big bang theory.
  • I don't think there is a conflict with scientist, but there may be a conflict if the scientist is religious and those people will always claim that they are able to separate religion and science. Just my 2 cents worth.
  • Many scientists "believe" in the big bang theory. Scientist came up with this theory, at least a few must believe it to be true.
  • Why not?!? Or just make your own theory, get a Nobel peace prize, then people will carry on your theory 300 years from now, if humans haven't killed themselves by then.
  • 5-14-2017 All or most scientists will admit that about half of what they know ain't so. They just don't know which half. The subject of the big bang is not an important part of most scientists' work, so they give it no thought.
  • Sure, sure. ..
  • Why not ? Are there no scientists who believe in Big Bang ?😮😮😮
  • Sure, that's a mad scientist!
  • Technically if you "believe" anything then you cannot be a factual in your assessment. Also, Big Bang theory is a hypothesis - so there is a lot of belief that has gone into it.
  • i dont see why not
  • 10-5-2017 Let's think this thing through: * Big bang is implied by * Receding galaxies, which are implied by * Doppler shift, which is caused by * Motion away from us, which is assumed from * Red shifted light. * So we have this remarkable train of logic all based on a single phenomenon and an assumption. If that assumption is wrong then most of what we think we know about the universe ain't so. Well, Doppler effect is not the only cause of red shift. Every hospital uses a magnet to produce a red shift. It's called MRI. But astronomers deny magnetic fields in space. So there you are: dead skunk in the middle of the road, stinking to high heaven.
  • The Big Bang is a belief that the Bible supports' at Genes 1:1 it says "in the beginning God created the heavens and the earth, after which it goes on to explain the next time periods relating them as days. Now are these days 24hour periods? Probably not because 2ed Peter 3:8 KJV says "But, beloved, be not ignorant of this one thing, that one day is with the Lord as a thousand years, and a thousand years as one day." So can you be a scientist and believe in the Big Bang at the same time? I would say yes. also can you believe in God and the Big Bang? I would say yes, also.
  • Answers from 2017 WTF this is 2021 where are they digging up these answers?
  • Scientists do not favor Religion or Evolution. Theories make no value statements about the world. Which is why scientists are concerned with what there is, not with what there should be.
  • Of course.
  • Certainly the big bang theory is a theory of how the universe was formed and its widely believed by many scientist, especially astronomers.
  • It was a scientist who first came up with the theory. He was a professor at a Catholic university too. Georges Lemaître, a Belgian Catholic priest
  • Do you mean can a scientist believe in creation? Why have some of the scientist working on the CERN project turned deeply religious? I'm not a religious person but is the CERN project summoning the devil?
  • You can't be one without believing it. It's like saying "Can you be a vegan and believe in not eating meat at the same time?

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