In chapter seven of "Return of the God Hypothesis", Stephen Meyer begins to consider the fascinating subject of the fine-tuning of the universe in his chapter titled, "The Goldilocks Universe".
Tag: STEPHEN MEYER
In 1927 Georges Lemaître, a Belgian physicist (and incidentally, a Catholic priest) declared from his own studies that space is expanding spherically. He also surmised that one logical conclusion from this fact was that there had to be a starting point for the expansion, which he called the "primeval atom"
Did the universe have a beginning, or is it eternal? For centuries most philosophers thought the latter...
Why the rise of systematic study of science in Europe in the 16th and 17th centuries? It required a certain form of thinking.
Science hasn't buried God, as is often claimed today by the "new atheists". On the contrary, Meyer says, in direct opposition to the statements of well-known atheist Richard Dawkins, the universe is exactly as it should be if it was designed by a "transcendent and purposive intelligence".