What the Big Bang Theory Tells Us About Creation
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.”
Meyer, Craig, Turek: Examining the Kalam Cosmological Argument
Kalam is a reference to ideas in medieval Islamic philosophy that William Lane Craig singlehandedly did much to revive.
Johannes Kepler on the Holy Work of Astronomy
Kepler rejected the idea that the enormous scale of the cosmos suggested that mankind is less important than in the cozier Aristotelian-Ptolemaic model.
Four Reasons the Multiverse Fails as Science
The multiverse theory has been embraced as a defense against what Stephen Meyer calls the God Hypothesis.
New Study: The Milky Way Is Exceptional
“You might have to travel a half a billion light years from the Milky Way, past many, many galaxies, to find another cosmological wall with a galaxy like ours.”