God and the Big Bang: In the Beginning Video provided by: Focus
Many people think that science and faith tell conflicting stories about how the universe began. But they might not be as different as you think. Scientists speak of a definite moment of creation in a vast cosmic explosion (the ‘Big Bang’), which had to be carefully adjusted for human life to be possible. Far from conflicting, the scientific picture may point us towards a supernatural creator God. What really happened back in the beginning? This is the first of a eight-part video series exploring how cosmic fine-tuning points towards the reality of a creator God.
God and the Big Bang series
- In the Beginning: Do science and faith agree about how the universe began?
- The Evidence: Does evidence of a Creator exist?
- Science and Faith: Are science and faith really in conflict?
- Dark Matters: How did we get here?
- Unsolved Mysteries: What do we do with the unexplainable?
- Christians and the Big Bang: Can Christians believe in both a Creator God and the Big Bang?
- The Contributors: Listen to Christian scientists who believe in the Big Bang
- How Old is the Universe?
Watch the next video: The Evidence