Scientists, atheists, and others may have a hard time understanding why people without answers turn to an ancient text for enlightenment or revelation. The way I see it, we should consider every bit of information available and postpone rejecting ideas that have not yet been disproven — whether that information comes from imaginary mathematical dimensions or an ancient text.
Continuing the book review of Genesis and the Big Bang: Schroeder examines some paleontological finds and Biblical literalist responses.
Is the universe roughly fifty-seven centuries old, as Biblical literalists claim, or is it fifteen billion years old, as cosmologists claim?
Genesis and the Big Bang is a book with scientific and spiritual implications by Gerald R. Schroeder, Ph.D., applied theologian and applied physicist (MIT).