> The origin of life is a matter of history;
Yeah, but "history" typically just means "human history". What you're looking for is "natural history".
> history can only beknown by eyewitness accounts.
No it can't.
> The Bible is the recorded eyewitness account provided by the Architect of the universe, the Creator of all life.
I can't decide to just call bullshit, or go for . Perhaps I'll do both.
> The Bible isn't in conflict with observable science but is consistent with it.
In some parallel universe, maybe.
> It's the history book of the universe. It thells us about the origin of life and the origin of death.
Yeah, you know, the thing is: creation myths are a dime a dozen. I'll make it simple for you though: which is it, Genesis 1 or Genesis 2?
> Since we all eventually will face death, the answers in the Bible, authored by the Creator, should be of prime interest.
Ok, I've decided: I'm calling bullshit. Here's the thing: the "Bible" is quite literally a collection of books. Further more a collection of books that very clearly do not all have the same author. So how exactly did "the Creator" write them all? Does s/he have multiple-personality disorder?
> Is there any explosion that produces order?
An explosion is simply a super-sonic expansion of gas. There may well be situations where it "produces order", depending on how you define "order". Certainly powerful shockwaves can eliminate inhomogeneities in the medium.
> Does a terrorist bomb create harmony? Big bangs cause chaos. How could a Big Bang produce a rose, apple trees, fish, sunsets, the seasons, hummingbirds, birds, animals, trees, all with their own eyes, nose and mouth?
It couldn't. Good thing no one ever claimed that it did.
Sure, retarded fundies claim that <i>other people</i> have claimed that, but that doesn't make it true.