God and the New Cosmology: The Anthropic Design Argument

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In recent years, modern science has discovered that the underlying structural details of the entire universe have been 'fine-tuned' toward the goal of producing biological life. Revolutionizing our conception of the relationship between science and religion, God and the New Cosmology uses scientific evidence to prove the existence of God beyond a reasonable doubt.
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Hugh Ross
A well-argued case for natural theology based on the recent burst of discoveries that God, after all, designed the universe for man. Given the excellent historical context in which Corey frames his case and the rational manner in which he closes off the loopholes, the stage is set for paradigm shift in the secular area. I highly recommend this book.
John B. Cobb
This enthusiastically, but carefully, argued account should convince any reader that cavalier dismissal is no longer justified. Deism is back as a serious discussion partner.
David Ray Griffin
Cosmologists in the physics community are moving back to the idea that the universe provides compelling evidence of intelligent design. Michael Corey, hoping to reinstate old-style natural theology on the basis of this new-style physical evidence, presents what is perhaps the most complete account available.
Stephen T. Davis
God and the New Cosmology is an incisive book that makes a valuable contribution to contemporary philosophy of religion.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780847678013
  • Publisher: The Rowman & Littlefield Publishing Group Inc
  • Publication date: 3/16/1993
  • Pages: 350
  • Product dimensions: 9.00 (w) x 6.00 (h) x 0.94 (d)

Meet the Author

Michael A. Corey received his Ph.D from Claremont Graduate School, where he studied theology and the philosophical relationship between science and religion.
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  • Anonymous

    Posted February 5, 2007

    Design Theory's New Apostle has Arrived!

    Dr. Corey deftly guides the reader through an amazing tour de force of God's ingeniously designed universe. Dr. Coreys exceptional gifts as both a thinker and writer make this book the last word on the God debate. If I could meet one person, alive or dead it would be Michael A. Corey. This one person seems to have an almost transcendent grasp of God's reality, and a lucid insight into the worlds divine ontology. Dr Corey understands creation the way God meant it to be understood. If you have any doubts or questions about how it all began this book is for you. In this one book Michael Corey gives a world of fascinating insights and a firsthand look into the mind of God. After reading this seemingly revelatory book I feel as if I know God on an altogether new level. A level more personal than anything I've ever known, and I've been a regular Church goer my entire life. Be ready to bask in the respledence that is God.

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