07 Big Bang
Something from Nothing?

Did our universe really begin from nothing — no matter and no creator?


John Lennox

Professor of Mathematics, Oxford University (emeritus)

John Lennox Website

Brian Miller

Physicist, Discovery Institute

Profile and Articles

Stephen Meyer

Director, Center for Science and Culture, Discovery Institute

Author of The Return of the God Hypothesis
More from Dr. Meyer


John Lennox: On the Beginning of the Universe

Brian Miller: Everything You Wanted to Know about the Big Bang

Stephen Meyer Discusses the Big Bang, Einstein, Hawking, and More


Book Excerpt: The Big Bang and the Fine-Tuned Universe

Robert A. Alston

Scientific discoveries have put to rest the idea that the universe is infinitely old. What now?

Confirming the Big Bang: Early Decades

Guillermo Gonzalez

Cosmologists have come a long way since Edwin Hubble published that ratty looking plot of galaxy recession velocities versus distance.

Confirming the Big Bang: Recent Decades

Robert A. Alston

What can we infer about the cause of the universe, about what brought it into being?

Big Bang: Put Simply, the Facts Are Wrong

Denyse O’Leary

In 1965, the evidence of aftershocks (the cosmic microwave background) made the theory an apparent fact.

Sleepless in Oakland: Big Bang Gives NCSE Staffer Insomnia

Donald McLaughlin

The evidence of a beginning to the universe didn’t sit well with British astronomer Sir Arthur Eddington, either.


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