Are the Big Bang and the super-finetuning of the physical constants of the universe merely consistent with a Judeo-Christian understanding of creation or do they constitute a more actively suggestive kind of evidence that should positively incline the thoughtful person in favor of such an understanding? That’s one good question that Peter Robinson puts to our David Berlinski in Part 3 of National Review Online’s video interview. Berlinski:
It’s certainly moving and disturbing that 20th-century cosmology should have rejected an ancient view of the universe as moving from the everlasting to the everlasting, with no origin, and embraced a completely different view that is in no way new. It’s part of the religious tradition.”
Watch the rest here.