Sean Carroll vs. Luke Barnes: Does God or Naturalism best explain the Universe?
|November 5, 2017||Posted by News under Intelligent Design, Naturalism, theism|
From Unbelievable? at Premier Christian Radio:
Eminent cosmologists Sean Carroll and Luke Barnes join Justin for an extended edition of the show debating naturalism, Theism, Big Bang cosmology and fine tuning.
Sean, an atheist astrophysicist and author of ‘The Big Picture: on the origins of life, meaning and the universe itself’ argues that naturalism best fits with our scientific understanding. Luke, a Christian astrophysicist and co-author of ‘A Fortunate Universe: life in a finely tuned cosmos’ argues that Theism makes better sense of the evidence. More.
Sean Carroll at A Preposterous Universe
Luke Barnes at A Fortunate Universe
See also: Peter Woit on Sean Carroll and science as religion
Free live interactive webinar Saturday with fine-tuning astrophysicist Luke Barnes (U Sydney cosmologist Luke Barnes is known for thinking that fine-tuning of the universe should be treated as evidence. That, of course, entails recognizing the category “evidence,” currently under siege.)