Posts Tagged ‘Quantum Physics and God’

So I was catching breakfast at the Broadway Diner today when I ran across a great article on the Big Questions section of the Templeton site. The question it addresses is: How might Quantum physics contribute to our quest for God? The answer is, “not directly.” In other words, Quantum thought does not provide proofs for the existence of God. What it does, however, is to open up a conversation that was shut by radical materialists who claimed that nothing is real except that which is matter based, material, measurable, observable. Quantum thought upends that philosophical assumption and makes room for the unseen forces and powers that really animate the universe.

To read the whole article by Stephen Barr click here.