DVD by Dave Hunt, The Berean Call
Why are we here? And where are we going?
Does science have an answer to these two most fundamental questions of human existence? Can mankind determine and direct the future of life on earth purely by scientific means?
Considered to be the two brightest men alive today, renowned theoretical physicist Stephen Hawking and mathematical physicist and philosopher Roger Penrose share two honors together—The Eddington Medal of the Royal Astronomical Society and the Wolf Foundation Prize for Physics.
Their writings also indicate more than a casual consideration of the question of origins as it pertains to the cosmos, a creator, and human destiny:
“Why does the universe go to all the bother of existing? . . . It is difficult to discuss the beginning of the universe without mentioning the concept of God.”
“There is a certain sense in which I would say the universe has a purpose. It’s not there just somehow by chance. Some people take the view that the universe is simply there . . . and we happen by accident to find ourselves in this thing. . . . I think that there is something much deeper about . . . its existence, which we have little inkling of at the moment.”