Dr. Jeff Zweerink: Perfect Harmony in the Universe - Astrophysicist
Well, what it says is that the universe began in a very hot dense state. And really what scientists take that to mean is that we need a more complete theory, a quantum theory of gravity that describes those earliest moments but, once the universe began to exist, it began to expand and density dropped and atoms formed and then elements formed and then as the universe continued to expand and galaxies and stars and planets all formed. So, that all happens according to the laws of physics. So, it starts in this very unusual state that we still need to develop scientifically to be able to describe completely where from that state you end up getting a universe that can now support life, and that really points to there being a God behind things.