It had not occurred to me that anyone would see the beginning of the universe as a challenge to their faith, but evidently some do.
If I had written this book, I would have concluded with a final chapter that began with a verse from the book of Genesis.
England begins by describing how his book interweaves the discussion of the science of life with his Orthodox Jewish faith.
Theistic evolutionists treat God as time-bound when it suits their argument, and beyond time when it suits their argument.
Tyson ends his summary of cosmic history with a soaring narrative focused on earth. It sounds like the exalted prose of the book of Genesis.