Wilsey, John D. “Paul Davies and the Philosophy of Science.” Journal of the International Society of Christian Apologetics 3, no. 1 (2010): 67–81.
Starting with recognizing significant epistemological authority in science, Paul Davies concludes that the universe is indeed meaningful and purposeful. He points to the laws of nature as evidence for this intrinsic purpose as well as to process theology. While not a follower of historic Christian orthodoxy, Davies’ positions on cosmology are much to be preferred over those scientists who hold to a purposeless, meaningless universe defined by random accident. While Davies is reluctant to accept a transcendent and personal Creator who made the universe by sovereign, supernatural power, it is encouraging to find a non-Christian scientist acknowledge unambiguous theological realities–that the universe is fraught with evidence of rationality, meaning, and purpose.
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