The Universe and Everything

Question from Bryson: So based on scientific evidence the universe at one time began to exist right? Explained by What we call the big bang theory. Another law is whatever begins to exist has a cause right? As in there’s something that begins to exist, there’s a cause for it, it existing being the effect. … Continue reading “The Universe and Everything”

The Poorly-Tuned Universe?

Question from Alex: Hi, this question has the intention to find if there are direct counter-examples of the fine-tuning argument, by this I mean constants that could be adjustable without impeding the emergence of life in the universe; are there such constants? If the universe was designed by an intelligent creator, we should expect things … Continue reading “The Poorly-Tuned Universe?”

The Determination Of The Universe

Question from Alejandro: Message: I was debating (not formally) in my university about the existence of a god, and we ended up in the topic of determinism. My theist opposition argued that determinism would prove the existence of (their) god, that it would prove that, say, life was determined to exist by physics and chemistry, … Continue reading “The Determination Of The Universe”

Universe(tm) – No God Required

Question from Jhon Roy: How did the universe existed if there was/is no God to create it, do you want us Christians to believe that out of nothing, the universe began to exist??? It is indeed illogical. Steven Hawking said that because of gravity the universe can create itself, but as I told you before … Continue reading “Universe(tm) – No God Required”

Eternal inflation? No. Eternal universe? Maybe, nevertheless. And what’s it to ya?

“These three scientists in particular, by virtue of their joint paper, are name-checked more often than any others by apologists not just arguing for an absolute beginning to the universe but claiming that this has been established beyond doubt.”

The Beginning Ain’t the Be-All and End-All

Question from John: Universe had a beginning, “proved” by second law of thermodynamics. Dear Sir, I understand that an argument used by creationists, in favour of a Universe that had a beginning, is that the second law of thermodynamics requires that it will inevitably wind down. In essence, the claim is that the universe can … Continue reading “The Beginning Ain’t the Be-All and End-All”

From Evolution to the Empty Tomb: An Apologetic “Best-Of”

Question from Kristi: Science supports the idea that universe starts with simple organisms to more complex organisms, so how then can science explain algae forming humans? Humans have different features, fingerprints, colors, etc. so how then could a human go from an ape to a complex individual? How do scientists explain Biblical archaeological evidence such … Continue reading “From Evolution to the Empty Tomb: An Apologetic “Best-Of””

Quick Questions for a Project

Question from Mercadez: Hello, I am doing this host-a-conversation project for my religions class. I was wondering if you would answer the following questions… 1. Why do you not believe in God(s)? 2. Who do you think created the world, specifically things science cannot explain? 3. What exactly do you believe in? Like, do you … Continue reading “Quick Questions for a Project”

Scripture Outpaces Science Again (Hindu this time)

Question from : What would be your best argument against someone using the Unpanishads and Quantum Physics as a justification for their belief in God? Answer by SmartLX: For those like me who may never have seen the word before, The Unpanishads are the source of a lot of central Hindu concepts. The doctrines behind … Continue reading “Scripture Outpaces Science Again (Hindu this time)”