The Case For a Creator - Chapters 6 – 7 Summary & Analysis

Lee Strobel
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In Chapter 6: The Evidence for Physics: The Cosmos on a Razor’s Edge, Strobel relates the case of Patrick Glynn, former arms-control negotiator for the Reagan administrator and currently associate director of the George Washington University Institute for Communitarian Policy Studies in Washington, D.C., a young atheist whose Christian wife opened his mind to belief. Glynn came to believe because it was, based on the evidence, the simplest and most obvious explanation. Strobel then relates a number of other scientists who followed the same, or similar paths based on evidence, ranging from Alister McGrath to Sir Fred Hoyle.

Strobel next met with Robin Collins, PhD, who studied physics, mathematics, and philosophy, and who now teaches and writes at Messiah College. Collins explained that to speak of the universe’s fine-tuning is to speak of precision –precision of the balancing of fundamental laws and...

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