Tag Archives: God and the Big Bang
Carroll, Craig, Causes and Explanations
When assessing Sean Carroll’s arguments against William Lane Craig, it is essential to remember that Craig is arguing that physics cannot completely and fully explain the universe. Physics points beyond itself to a transcendent cause. We mention this because so many of Carroll’s objections to Craig seem question begging.… Read more
Posted in Existence of God, Quick Thoughts, Science and Christianity Tagged Christianity and Science, Debate, Fine Tuning, God and Maths, God and Science, God and the Big Bang, Physics, Sean Carroll, Things Science Can't Explain, William Lane Craig Comments Off on Carroll, Craig, Causes and Explanations
The Case for God in Seven Minutes or Less….
While taking part in a debate on the existence of God at the Literific Society at Queen’s University Belfast, I had to give a seven minute speech. (This is slightly different from what I actually said since I tried to include some responses to objections that had been raised.)
In claiming that there is a God, I am not claiming that we can logically establish the existence of God with complete certainty.… Read more
Posted in Quick Questions, Good Answers, Quick Thoughts Tagged Christianity and Science, Debate, Evidence for God, Faith and Reason, Fine Tuning, God and Science, God and the Big Bang Comments Off on The Case for God in Seven Minutes or Less….