"What the Big Bang Explains—What It Doesn't" delves into the intricate understanding of the universe's origins through the Big Bang Theory. This article explores both what the theory explains, such as the formation of galaxies and cosmic expansion, and what it doesn't, including questions about what existed before the Big Bang or the nature of dark matter. A balanced examination for anyone interested in the profound questions of our universe's beginnings.
In "As a Physicist—Is Belief in God and the Universe Having a Beginning Reasonable?" the intersection of physics and faith is explored in detail. The article delves into the scientific evidence that supports the concept of a universe with a beginning and the reasonableness of belief in a higher intelligence or Creator. It offers insights from leading physicists and connects scientific understanding with theological concepts.
Diving into philosophical discussions, this article presents a thoughtful response to a common critique, known as the 'Uncaused Cause Fallacy.' We explore the intricacies of the First Cause argument, God's existence, and how these concepts fit within our understanding of the universe.
In this article, we delve into the intriguing philosophical question: "If God made the universe, who made God?" Through insightful analysis and consideration of diverse religious and philosophical perspectives, we aim to explore this paradox, shedding light on the nature of divine existence.
Explore the incredible design of the universe and DNA, which points to a divine creator. Discover how science and religion intersect and support each other in this remarkable testimony to God's care and providence.