If God wanted there to be an arrow of time—a real experience of past, present, and future—entropy appears to be a major part of how God did it.
Physics & Astronomy
It is easy to think of beautiful, hopeful instances of order. New life, new creation, new possibilities. So how can it be true that chaos, decay, and wastefulness always increase? What kind of God would create a universe in which entropy, or disorder, always increases? Let’s see if wrestling with the concept of entropy hinders or helps our faith.
Sylvester James Gates is not only the first African-American to hold an endowed chair of physics at a major American research university, but also a positive voice for faith and science.
NASA allows us to join in the wonder astronomers experience through the thousands of images that they publish.
This summer, many of us are going on fewer trips, and so let’s see where excellent reading in faith and science can take us.
What might the existence of an extraterrestrial “hypothetical rational species” mean for Christian message?