Stephen Hawking claimed that the universe did not require God for its creation. Rather, new physics suggests that it came into existence by itself through natural law. Hawking’s claim is based on mind-boggling theoretical-physics concepts. This book 1) elaborates upon them in layman’s terms; 2) leads the reader step-by-step to conclusions drawn therefrom by Hawking; and 3) critically analyzes his views using works of eminent physicists, philosophers, and theologians. To represent the religious view of creation and its purpose, Quran’s narrative has been adopted. This work demonstrates that Hawking’s view fails to hold up under careful scrutiny and concludes that the available scientific evidence, far from discrediting the traditional God, makes His existence all the more pro.
A Critical Review Of Stephen Hawking's Godless Universe
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