In the beginning God created the heavens and the earth. (Genesis 1:1)

This verse describes the essential Source of the physical dimension. The Supreme Being is the Ultimate Source.

As for the word "heavens," this is derived from the Hebrew word שָׁמַיִם (shamayim). According to Gesenius' Hebrew Lexicon, this word refers to the sky or visible heavens, including the stars and galaxies. In other words, Genesis is a discussion of the creation and purpose of the physical dimension - which includes numerous galaxies, universes and planets.

This verse also solves the riddle of what scientists refer to as the singularity problem.

The singularity problem, quite simply, is the notion that scientists cannot figure out what existed prior to the theoretical initial blast of creation now termed the big bang.

The big bang theory has been supposedly validated by one primary observation: That the collection of various galaxies and their components appear to be expanding outward into space. This is called the "inflationary principle," which arose from the "Hubble Constant," named after the famed astronomer.

The hypothesis is that if the galaxies and their components are all expanding, they must have originally arose from a single point or event.

Even the physicists and cosmologists who have assumably accepted the big bang and inflationary theories still argue about them. A February 2017 article in the Scientific American journal highlighted this argument. Written by three physicists, one who had been one of the original architects of the inflation theory, the article argues that these theories are still debatable. Data streamed back from a satellite named Planck seems to contradict at least some elements of the inflation theory:
"If anything, the Planck data disfavored the simplex inflation models and exacerbated long-standing foundational problems with the theory, providing new reasons to consider competing ideas about the origin and evolution of the universe."
In other words, despite their prestigious titles and theories, these physicists that portend they have figured out how the universe was created simply do not know. They are guessing.

Yet for the virtue of science, let's elaborate on the big bang theory: Assuming such a single big bang did occur, what made it occur?

In any explosion - or any event for that matter - the laws of the physical universe tell us that there must exist the elements to produce that event. In other words, every event - and every thing in the physical universe - has a source. This we have learned from scientific observation and many decades of research.

Science, as promulgated by scientists now and in the past, must abide by certain laws of logic. This means that no matter how abstract, a scientific theory must abide by fundamental and observable realities.

Therefore, for the supposed big bang theory to be a scientific theory, it must abide by the universal rule of the physical world: That every event must have an elementary source.

For this reason, scientists have been meticulously listing the atomic elements that must have existed prior to the big bang in order for the explosion to have taken place.

But then they arrive at a dilemma - the singularity problem: Where did these elements come from? And where did the atomic energy come from that caused such a great explosion?

This continues to baffle scientists, providing the grist for so many imaginative theories about what existed prior to the big bang. Theories have ranged from string theories to various wave and energy theories, to the famous "theory of everything."

However, at the end of all of these theories, scientists find the same dilemma: What caused these? What elements, power or energy produced them?

Furthermore, as we look at the eventual assembly of the various beautifully organized structures of the physical universe, be they galaxies, solar systems, planets, oceans, mountains, plants, fish, animals and humans - and their continued evolution driven by a magnificent spiral-shape molecule that looks strikingly like a galaxy, called DNA - we must arrive at the conclusion that whatever was before such a creation event must also have had the potential to produce all of this arranged complexity.

In addition, we must also scientifically accept that all of the personalities among the organisms we see around us - every human and every animal and other living organism - must also have arisen from something. What was the source of all of these personalities? What is the source of life? What is the source of love? What is the source of individuality? What is the source of desire? What is the source of the fear of death?

Certainly, if we were all simply physical machines, there would be no fear of death. We would all look forward to merging back into matter, as opposed to struggling for survival.

All of these elements, which all came into being, add to the singularity problem. Where did the capability for matter to produce all of this come from? The big bang theorists simply have no logical explanation.

This first verse in Genesis provides the answer. God - the Original Being from a dimension of another substance - the spiritual dimension - brought the energy and the elements together to produce the physical universe.

This is the only valid scientific conclusion that can be made. Why? Because first of all, the only valid source of the 'singularity' must be from another dimension. Since "something" cannot come from "nothing," and a beginning indicates a period of "nothing," the only valid source of the "something" must be a transmutation from another dimension.

Secondly, in order for the physical universe to have the capabilities it has: such as spiraling galaxies, gravity, DNA, atoms, molecules and so on, there must be an organizing source. Something must have provided an organizing principle.

An organizing principle requires what? Purpose: A purpose for the organization. Something that is organized infers there is a purpose for the organization. This requires an organizer with purpose.

Thirdly, life must originate from a living substance. Matter cannot become life. We can see this clearly. A living organism desires survival. A dead piece of matter does not. This means there is a difference between the two. So how did life come into being? Since living organisms struggle against the laws of the physical universe - notably that every organism dies - then the life element within living organisms must not be physical. If they were, then there would be no struggle with death. Every organism would happily accept death as a merging back to matter if life came from matter.

The struggle against death, and the very nature of the evolution of species indicates quite the opposite. Organisms struggle to stay alive - and evolve in order to stay alive - because the element of life is not a physical element.

The Source of life also has another important difference: Regarding the element of time. The physical dimension and all the physical elements are affected by time, but not the Source of life. The Source of life, the Supreme Being, is not governed by time. There is no beginning nor an end to the Supreme Being. The Supreme Being created time, so He is not subjected to it. Since the Supreme Being created the element of time, He is in control of it.

This answers the question that some raise: Who created God? Because having a beginning requires a function of the element of time, and because God created time, there is no beginning to God.

And the spiritual dimension - the dimension of the Supreme Being - is also not subject to the element of time. This is an eternal dimension, and those children of God who reside there are also eternal.

The element of time was created by the Supreme Being specifically to monitor and maintain the physical dimension.

The reality is that the Eternal Supreme Being produced the physical dimension - along with time and its innumerable universes - and impregnated it with life.

This is the only scientific conclusion that maintains the laws of nature.

And He isn’t only the Creator of this particular universe. He is the Creator of countless universes. This is evidenced by the word שָׁמַיִם (shamayim) being plural.