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For my own personal reasons I do not have faith in the Big Bang. Please help me to have faith.1. We know the visual perspective is reduced by the inverse square of the distance. So there is a distance where the potential visual perspective is that of planks length. Should we claim the size of the universe is limited to the distance our measuring tools can take us? 2. If you follow the relativity postulate light being independent of the source and the expansion is at the speed of light, the distance from when the light started 13.6 million light years ago will have an additional fraction of 13.6 million light years larger. So do we consider the physical size by relativity or the measured size of the universe, according to the BB?