So my wife showed me this really interesting article: http://www.sciencealert.com/scientists-have-concluded-that-the-universe-shouldn-t-really-exist
The short version it says: “All of our observations find a complete symmetry between matter and antimatter, which is why the Universe should not actually exist,” says one of the researchers, Christian Smorra.”
On a side note, but somewhat related to this article; I’ve also been entertained by the sheer number of Atheists that got enraged when I posted this to the Christian Reddit board. Before I started spending any time on religious groups forums and Reddit boards, I never understood when Christians have told me that they are relentlessly attacked by Atheists questioning their faith. I love to debate and argue, so it does not bother me in the slightest. I am disappointed in the amount of Christians that do not push back with science against them. Atheists feel this is their domain.
Both Christianity and Atheism is based on faith. Atheists believe the Universe spontaneously formed from nothing, (such as the Big Bang, or a Multiverse bubble, etc), where as different religions believe a God is the creator.
I would rather be wrong about God not being real when I die, then not believing and he does exist. Then, if you believe there is a God, you go down the rabbit hole of which religion is the most likely to be real. I feel all evidence points to Christianity, but there will be countless more articles written by me that support this in the months and years to come.