Why does the universe have to be on so grand a scale of space and time? Why does God require such an imposing canvas?
Eric Metaxas talked with Stephen Meyer in a (what else did you expect?) highly entertaining interview. Watch it now.
Obviously, it’s gratifying to win praise from an eminent scientist, but all the more so given that Josephson’s field is the linchpin of Meyer’s case for God.
By enlarging his scope to include the origin of the universe, Meyer reveals why science confirms not merely a generic design in nature but a personal God.
Dr. Meyer turns to physics and cosmology, permitting him to draw the stunning conclusion of a personal God acting at the beginning of existence.