According to evolutionists, the big bang could only produce very light elements at first (hydrogen and helium, with traces of lithium and deuterium). This does not explain where the heavier elements came from.
Evolutionist: Multiple generations of stars and supernova explosions could account for progressively heavier elements being formed.
Response: Supernova explosions that we observe today leave behind black holes. 1 Multiple generations of stars and supernovae should have resulted in approximately the same number of black holes as stars, say in our own galaxy. However, this is certainly not the case (we have only tens of black hole candidates in the Milky Way 2).
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Williams, A., & Hartnett, J. W. (2005). Dismantling the Big Bang: God's Universe Rediscovered. Green Forest, AR: Master Books.