Stephen Hawking Says: God Did Not Create the Universe. I Disagree.
As the author of the book "The First Scientific Proof of God." I teach this scientific proof with ontology, which is the study of 'beings' or 'things.' I teach the following statement about things: "When a person looks into the evening sky, many different finite things are seen." Then, when we seek the cause of these many different finite things, we must say that all finite things must come from an opposed infinite thing. We can thus say that all of these finite things were not caused by a finite Big Bang thing because a finite Big Bang thing would have to create itself and all other finite things. So, only an infinite thing can be the cause of all finite things, which we name 'universe. ' Since an infinite thing has no cause, the infinite thing is named 'God.' God is thus necessary.
Hawking and other mathematicians overstate the purpose of mathematics. Mathematics can be applied only to the dynamics of finite things. Thus, mathematics cannot be applied to an absolute thing or a greatest thing because both identify the same God different ways.
If Galileo's work on bodies is studied, one will learn that all finite things have an infinite number of indivisible parts. One of these indivisibles is the basic principle. All other indivisible parts function for this basic principle. Since an infinite number of parts cannot be counted, mathematicians have problems in explaining the finite things in the universe.
Hawking and other mathematicians do not seem to understand that God and the universe is one world that has a higher world (of God) and a lower world (of Creatures) and that these two different worlds function in beautiful ways.