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Cosmos, Creator, and Human Destiny: Answering Darwin, Dawkins, and the New Atheists

ISBN: 9781928660644
Publisher: The Berean Call
Edition: First
Publication Date: 2010-05-01
Number of pages: 606
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Why are we here—and where are we going? Does science have an answer to these two most fundamental questions of human existence? Can mankind determine and direct the future of life on earth purely by scientific means? Plagued by the failure of modern science to explain the most pressing questions of human existence, many of today’s postmodern thinkers are once again boldly going where man has gone before. Has the elusive holy grail of cosmology been hiding in plain sight for centuries? Erwin Schrödinger, the famed Austrian theoretical physicist who received the Nobel Prize in 1933 for his contributions to quantum mechanics, confided: “[Science] knows nothing of . . . good or bad, God and eternity. . . . Whence came I and whither go I? That is the great unfathomable question. . . . Science has no answer to it.” Echoing this dilemma, British astrophysicist Sir Arthur S. Eddington, famous for his work on the theory of relativity in the early 20th century, also reasoned: “Thus, in the physical world, what a body does and what a body ought to do are equivalent; but we are well aware of another domain where they are anything but equivalent…. There is a clear distinction between natural law, which must be obeyed, and moral law, which ought to be obeyed. Ought takes us outside of physics and chemistry.” In a sweeping panorama of inquiry and exploration, the timeless quest within these pages leads grail-seekers and skeptics alike to a destiny-altering consideration of the cosmos—and the question of human existence. Only one question remains: What will you do with the truth when it’s finally in your hands?

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