Why does the universe exist?
What is the source of human personality?
Why do people suffer and die?
Do humans really have free will?
Is evil real, and can it be overcome?
Does humanity have a future?
If God exists, how can he be known?
Throughout history, people have explored questions like these through lenses of philosophy, theology, and science.
Discoveries in the last hundred years have transformed the way scientists view the universe. Quantum physicists envision mysteries of quantum fields, indeterminacy, and unseen quarks and bosons. Astronomers perceive a big bang, an expanding universe, and space-time relativity. Cosmologists speculate about string theory, higher dimensions, and observer-created reality.
Drawing from quantum physics, cosmology, mathematics, theology, and the Bible, God through Cosmic Lenses offers fresh perspectives on age-old human questions of God, reality, and human life. Simple language and analogies make complex concepts accessible to all, and quotations and stories add a human perspective to abstract ideas.