A Universe from Nothing?
Updated: Sep 25, 2019
Could it be that a universe, any universe, maybe even our universe, can simply pop into existence, uncaused from nothing?
It would seem that universes like ours: space-time worlds replete with an incredibly diverse amount of biological life, to include beings like us that possess consciousness and the capacity for rational thought, are unlikely candidates to have come into existence without any reason whatsoever. Why, we might ask, does anything exist at all, let alone a universe that appears finely-tuned for conscious life, and even moral activity?
If you've wrestled with questions like these, or have heard others raise challenges of this kind, fear not! The New Hope Academy is offering two, seminary-style classes to help you navigate these fundamental areas of life, and find solid answers to these and many other questions about the existence of God, Christian beliefs, and the role of science in faith.
Apologetics 101: Existence of God starts Tuesday, October 1st, 7pm-9pm in Room #9 at The Church of New Hope
Apologetics 301: Understanding Faith and Science starts Saturday, October 5th, 10am-12pm in Room #4 at The Church of New Hope
To sign up for a class today, e-mail us directly at: firstname.lastname@example.org