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The relationship between science and faith

'God and the Big Bang' #03

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For many people today, whether they’re atheists or religious believers, science is locked in conflict with faith. But the scientific evidence points to the universe having a definite moment of creation (the 'Big Bang') that was finely tuned to make human life possible. In this video scientists who are Christian believers talk about how they see the relationship between science and their faith in God, especially as it relates to how the universe began.

Dr. Peter Bussey is a particle physicist working on the search for the Higgs Boson; Gerald Gabrielse is Leverett Professor of Physics at Harvard University; Owen Gingerich is emeritus Professor of Astronomy and History of Science at Harvard University; Dr. Nick Saunders is a theologian and physicist who designed some of the instruments on the Large Hadron Collider; Dr. Jennifer Wiseman is Senior Project Scientist on the Hubble Space Telescope.

We can't understand the Universe in any clear way without the supernatural.' - Astronomer Allan Sandage

 

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