“G. K. Chesterton wrote, ‘It is idle to talk always of the alternative of reason and faith. Reason is itself a matter of faith.'”
David Klinghoffer writes: Stephen Meyer had a fascinating conversation with podcaster Andrew Klavan and his son Spencer Klavan. The topic: how the multiverse theory destroys not only science (as Meyer explains in Return of the God Hypothesis) but storytelling. The younger Klavan is Associate Editor at the Claremont Review of Books and an Oxford PhD in classics. Impressive Read More…
Adam Frank writes: KEY TAKEAWAYS When you look at a picture of a galaxy that is 75 million light-years away, you are seeing that galaxy at a time when dinosaurs ruled the Earth. Distance translates into time because the speed of light is finite. What you perceive as “now” is really layer after layer of light Read More…
“Every mathematical system will have some statements that can never be proved.”
ourselves, corresponds with the thesis of intelligent design – that our reality is consistent with one in which an intelligent mind (with the attributes of God) not only caused the physical reality of our universe, but has intervened within it to bring about outcomes that would not have arisen without intervention.
“The simulation argument messes with our self-esteem. It concludes that we have no free will, that we are just puppets fooled into thinking we are free to make choices.”
Astronomy: Time is an elusive concept: We all experience it, and yet, the challenge of defining it has tested philosophers and scientists for millennia.