I could fill a computer hard drive with e-mails I've received over the years from what I'd collectively call the "Big Bang haters" - most are from amateur theoreticians who say they've figured out a way to get rid of the Big Bang.
"Thus the black hole and Big Bang cosmology contradict one another."
"The thing about the Big Bang is that it wasn't a ‘bang' at all. Expansion implies outward motion, which is not correct."
"... It is possible to draw a conclusion that singularity and the Big Bang wasn't. Our Universe arose another way."
Science writer Eric Lerner made a brief splash in 1991 with his book, "The Big Bang Never Happened." It describes a universe dominated by plasma physics as first proposed by Nobel Laureate Hannes Alfvén in the 1960s. Astronomical observations in the 1990s and later contradicted many of Lerner's predictions that he thought would disprove the Big Bang.
The Big Bang is frequently ridiculed in creationist articles alongside Darwinian evolution. "It [the Big Bang] fits evolution so well, and thereby pushes God so far out in space and so far back in time that He is essentially eliminated altogether," complained one so-called creation scientist.