Questions Concerning the BVG Theorem

In this videocast, I answer two common questions that arise when speaking about the Borde-Vilenkin-Guth Theorem.  The first deals with whether the value of the upper limit velocity for physical energy affects the conclusions of the BVG Theorem and the second concerns why an upper limit velocity for physical energy is necessary. Audio Download

Does Science Support an Absolute Beginning?

In this Magis videocast, Karlo Broussard, apologist and speaker for The Magis Center, highlights one data source from contemporary science that seems to answer in the affirmative the question “Does Science Support an Absolute Beginning?” The evidence he considers is the 2003 space-time geometry proof of Drs. Arvind Borde, Alexander Vilenkin, and Alan Guth. Karlo gives a summary explanation of …

Can Science Completely Explain the Universe without God?

It’s been asserted by some prominent physicists that science can explain the universe without the need for a transcendent Creator – the implication being that science can give a complete theory for explaining everything about the universe. But is this the case? In this Magis videocast,Karlo Broussard, apologist and speaker for The Magis Center, explains that because science relies on …