'God: new evidence' is a series of six videos exploring how cosmic fine-tuning points towards the reality of a creator God. Various contributors explain how recent scientific discoveries show that the universe we live in is 'finely tuned' to make our lives possible.
"The laws of science, as we know them at present, contain many fundamental numbers… the values of these numbers seem to have been very finely adjusted to make possible the development of life." Professor Stephen Hawking
"The impression of design is overwhelming." Professor Paul Davies
"Although I was once sharply critical of the argument to design, I have since to come to see that, when correctly formulated, this argument constitutes a persuasive case for the existence of God." Professor Anthony Flew
"The universe is unlikely. Very unlikely. Deeply, shockingly, unlikely." Discover magazine
"The Universe we live in seems to be a very unlikely place… Are we just lucky? Or is there some deep significance to the fact that we live in a Universe just right for us?" New Scientist magazine
"Nothing has shaken my atheism as much as this discovery." Professor Sir Fred Hoyle
Richard Dawkins claims that God is a delusion and that religious faith is evil. But what if the scientific evidence itself is telling a different story? Over the past fifty years scientists have uncovered a series of amazing facts which show that the creation is an extremely unlikely place, fine-tuned in specific ways that make human life possible. It shows all the signs that it has been purposefully designed as a place for us to live. ‘God: new evidence’ is a series of videos about these remarkable discoveries that point us towards the Creator.
The main contributors to the videos are: John Polkinghorne, David Wilkinson, Rodney Holder, Peter Williams and Graham Swinerd. Further information on the contributors.
These videos are also available on a DVD for use by churches, Christian Unions and other groups. They can also be accessed from Youtube and at www.focus.org.uk, which also contains further information, videos and other resources. You can also order free postcards to help make this better known.
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