The universe did not begin with a cosmic snow globe, or an accident at the CERN accelerator. It had to begin with Georges Lemaître’s “Cosmic Egg.”
What are we to make of this radical discontinuity between the Earth and the rest of the cosmos?
Do the laws of cosmology, physics, and biology exhibit dispositive evidence of a cosmic designer?
Deniers of God’s existence have clung to one main gambit to avoid the design implications of the fine-tuning of the universe.
A gold rush makes sense. But a copper rush? Not so much. And yet, perhaps there is more to gold than aesthetics.