How Science Points to God
One of today’s most oft-repeated tropes is that “science has disproven God”. The insinuation is that scientific advancement directly contradicts belief in a transcendent Creator, and thus hailing one requires denouncing the other.
Yet this couldn’t be further from the truth. As Fr. Robert Spitzer notes, “There has never been a better time to affirm the close relationship between science, philosophy, reason, and faith.” The head of the Magis Center for Faith and Reason has been a tireless advocate of the extraordinary new evidence for God found in modern physics and cosmology. His latest book, New Proofs for the Existence of God: Contributions of Contemporary Physics and Philosophy, is a groundbreaking text which shows how faith and reason elegantly complement each other.
Karlo Broussard, another advocate of this harmony, has made it his mission to popularize there truths. The gifted apologist works for the Magis Center as a full-time speaker, and he’s recently produced several short videos that help bring you up to speed on the relevant issues:
(If you can’t see the videos above, click here.)
If you’d like to go deeper on this topic, check out the Magis Center website. Also, stop by StrangeNotions.com, the website I launched to bring Catholics and atheists into dialogue about the big questions of life. In fact, we have a whole slew of articles dedicated to science and faith. Check them out!