“For in six days the LORD made heaven and earth, the sea, and all that in them is, and rested the seventh day: wherefore the LORD blessed the sabbath day, and hallowed it” (Ex. 20:11).
There are some questions asked that are so universal and so important that they span culture, nationality, and time. "Where did we come from?" is one of those questions. We all want to know the reason for our being which is natural and healthy thinking. This is a question which can be answered. When dealing with origin, which this question is, there are two lines of thinking: natural or supernatural, non-intelligence or intelligence.
The prevailing thought for natural, non-intelligent origin is organic or atheistic evolution which claims everything in the Universe (including the Universe itself) was brought about by random processes over long periods of time without any outside cause. In other words, blind chance, natural processes, and time resulted in everything we see including us. One of the theories proposed on how the Universe got here is, “The Big Bang Theory”. Suffice it to say, the basic premise is that an explosion of some element(s) caused the Universe to be. It does not explain how the elements came to be nor does it address the fact that explosions cause chaos not order. It does, however, concede that the Universe had a beginning (origin).
The Bible sets forth the concept of supernatural (above nature), intelligent origin as it plainly declares God created the Universe and all that is in it in six, twenty-four days (cf. Gen. 1-2; Ex. 20:11). This includes humankind (Gen. 1:26-27; Gen. 2:7, 21-23), and marriage (Gen. 2:24-25). Husband and wife were given the charge to multiply or procreate (Gen. 1:28; cf. Gen. 5). Thus, the Bible declares we came from God via Adam and Eve, the first man and woman, through procreation. When the evidence is examined in light of natural laws, including the law of cause and effect, the evidence is overwhelmingly in favor of supernatural, intelligent origin. Do not take my word for it, examine it yourself, and stand in awe of Almighty God (Ps. 8:3-4; Ps. 19:1-6).