Unraveling the Mysteries of the Universe
What do you see when you gaze at the night sky? Do you contemplate the stars as the random result of an evolutionary process? Or do you marvel over them as a testament of the Creator’s glory?
Modern science has popularized a view of the cosmos that suggests there is no need for God and denies any evidence of His existence. But The Story of the Cosmos provides a different—and fascinating—perspective. It points to a God who makes Himself known in the wonder and beauty of His creation.
This compilation from respected scholars and experts spans topics from “The Mathematical Creation and the Image of God” to “The Glorious Dance of Binary Stars” and “God’s Invisible Attributes—Black Holes.” Contributors include Dr. William Lane Craig, Guillermo Gonzalez, Melissa Cain Travis, and Dr. Michael Ward.
Come, take a deeper look at the universe…and explore the traces of God’s glory in the latest discoveries of astronomy, science, literature, and art.
Daniel Ray is a former schoolteacher and a lay astronomer
with an MA in Christian apologetics from Houston Baptist
University. His thesis explored the contemporary relevance of C.S.
Lewis’s cosmological imagination in The Chronicles of
Narnia. He cohosts the podcast Good Heavens! and enjoys
writing and stargazing.
Paul M. Gould teaches philosophy and apologetics at Oklahoma Baptist University and is the founder and president of the Two Tasks Institute. He is the editor or author of several books including Cultural Apologetics (Zondervan). Paul blogs at paul-gould.com.