Given important qualifications about what Big Bang Cosmology does (and doesn’t) necessitate, the most important remaining inference (that “everything came from nothing”) is of incredible value to those of us who make the case for God’s existence. Christians aren’t the only folks who understand the implications of Big Bang cosmology. The troublesome inference that “everything came from nothing” continues to haunt naturalists who are now motivated to find an alternative explanation in an effort to avoid the conundrum. Big Bang Cosmology remains, however, the most accepted explanation for the origin of the universe; it is still the “Standard Cosmological Model”. When we, as Christians, refer to the reasonable inference that “everything came from nothing”, we’re not “cherry picking” from the theory; we’re simply focusing on the “big thing” about the Big Bang. —J Warner Wallace (from, The Big Thing About the Big Bang)