This talk, given by Loren Wilkinson to the 2011 cohort of Regent College’s Cosmos project, delves into why the world is the way that it is, and how science is able to produce the fantastic results that it does. Wilkinson argues that rather than science being an autonomous discipline that can survive without relationship to other spheres, it is best seen as part of a much bigger, enmeshed world. As such, science should lead us to wonder about the broader nature of the world and to worship the one that created it and upholds it. Wilkinson points to the environment around him as well as different historical figures who have wrestled with these questions, showing how we can all come to a place of worship.
Source: Regent CollegePlay Audio