Dr. Stephen M. Barr, PhD, University of Delaware
The purpose of this talk is to clarify the issues in a way accessible to non-experts in science, theology or philosophy. It will explain what physics knows about the beginning of the universe, some much-discussed physics speculations (such as “quantum creation of universes”), and what science may be learned in the future. It will also explain how various scientific ideas relate to traditional teaching on Creation.
This lecture is part of a series of conferences entitled "the atom + Eve Project: Using Science in Pastoral Ministry."
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