Science and Religion
York Times bestseller!
No. 21 In March, 2007
How Science Shows
That God Does Not
In my 2003 book Has Science Found God? I
a critique of contemporary claims that science supports the existence
of God and found them inadequate. In this book, I go much
and argue that science makes a strong case against the existence a God
with the traditional attributes of the Judaic-Christian-Islamic God. My
argument is not based simply on the gross absence of evidence for
this God. Not only is there no evidence for God, I argue that the
we have can be used to conclude beyond a reasonable doubt that this God
exist. Not only does the universe show no evidence for God, it
exactly as it would be expected to look if there is no God. In a final
chapter I show why it is preferable to live in a Godless universe.
for further information.
is available. It has a foreword
by the late Christopher Hitchens and a new Postscript
by the author.
Comprehensible Cosmos (2006)
The Laws of Physics Come From?
The laws of physics were not handed down from above. Nor are
they somehow built into the logical structure of the universe. They are
human inventions, though not arbitrary ones. They are not restrictions
on the behavior of matter. They are restrictions on the way physicists
may describe that behavior. In order to describe an objective reality,
those descriptions cannot depend on the point of view of observers.
must be "point-of-view-invariant." When point-of-view invariance is
the laws of physics follow with few additional assumptions. We live in
a comprehensible cosmos.
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ScienceFound God? (2003)
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for Purpose in the Universe.
April, 2003. Order from Amazon.com.
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on religion and science.
Story about Has
Science Found God
in Boulder Daily Camera, Oct. 12, 2003, by books editor Clay
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The eloquent vow made by the nineteenth century freethinker Robert
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