1. Matter and energy cannot be created nor destroyed. (Law of Conservation of Mass/Energy)
Precisely! Matter and energy cannot be created nor destroyed but only change form. Matter can change into energy, as evident in radioactive decay, and energy can change into matter, as evident in recent findings where microwaves were detected in apparently devoid areas of space.
So by this law the universe was never created and will never be destroyed... it will only change form. How could god create this universe while abiding by his own laws he supposedly set up?
2. At the Big Bang, the whole universe was created. There was nothing before it.
At the big bang our
whole universe was formed
. The big bang is a misnomer, it really should be the big expansion. Before what we consider the universe there were countless others. All expanded and then shrunk to an infintesmally small spot called a singularity (infinite mass with no volume). Then this singularity expanded rapidly. Once the remnants had sufficient time to cool matter once formed and after billions of years of cooling and conversion, we have what we are and see today.
Theory of repeating big bangs and big crunches refuted by black holes.
It's old but it should get you started on repeating big bangs: Article
Only two conclusion can be reached:
The laws of physics just violated themselves by creating everything out of nothing; or
The laws of physics does not and can not intentionally and intelligently violate themselves.
A force above the laws of physics violated them when the universe was created.
So this higher force violated it's own laws it created for it's own creation?