Last month, both the scientifically minded and the scientifically challenged paused to contemplate the far reaches of the cosmos.
"Everybody thinks the church stopped supporting science with Galileo. That's a myth tied up in the politics of the 19th century."
Modern cosmology indicates that the universe cannot have been created without any constraints. So where do we find the elusive nihilo?
Compared to cosmologists, theologians have the advantage—and disadvantage—of revelation.