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How the Multiverse Points to God: A Conversation with Stephen Meyer

Updated: Apr 9

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How the Multiverse Points to God: A Conversation with Stephen Meyer

"What is the evidence for the multiverse? If real, what implications would it have for the existence of God? In this conversation, Dr. Stephen Meyer raises significant questions for the existence of the multiverse, but argues that even if it did exist, it would point to design." from video introduction.

Meyer: Theistic Implications of the Multiverse

Stephen Meyer writing at The Daily Wire examines the rise of the Multiverse — in popular culture, inspired by the imaginings of scientists. From, “The Madness of the Multiverse and the Strangeness of Atheism”:

As millions of fans know, Marvel Studios recently released its latest superhero blockbuster Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness. Like earlier Marvel films, this offering unfolds within an interconnected network of parallel universes known as the “Multiverse.”

Scientists uneasy about the theistic implications of the cosmic fine-tuning at the inception of the universe have embraced the Multiverse as a remedy. As Meyer explains, there are a couple of issues with that. The first has to do with Ockham’s razor. The second is the doozy.." from the article: Meyer: Theistic Implications of the Multiverse

What Would Multiple Universes Mean? | Episode 507 | Closer To Truth

Video from Closer to Truth

"Is there more than one universe? According to current cosmology, our entire gigantic universe is only one of innumerable universes, each universe like one tiny bubble in a limitless ocean of universes. What could all this mean? Featuring interviews with Max Tegmark, Anthony Aguirre, Alan Guth, Andrei Linde, and Paul Davies.

Closer To Truth host Robert Lawrence Kuhn takes viewers on an intriguing global journey into cutting-edge labs, magnificent libraries, hidden gardens, and revered sanctuaries in order to discover state-of-the-art ideas and make them real and relevant." from video introduction.

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