Articles by Austin Mardon
By Austin Mardon with Brett Fawcett
December 1, 2015
In the towering scientific figures of Sir Isaac Newton and Albert Einstein, Austin Mardon and Brett Graham Fawcett find the complementary halves of the religious spirit.
Whereas Newton made the universe static and left a chink of incomprehensibility open for God to slip in, Einstein helped make the universe fluid – yet he still sensed an underlying order to it While the scientific consensus takes the side of Bohr, the Catholic philosopher and apologist Peter Kreeft believes that Einstein was not only right but was the better philosopher of the two And, if we believe that creation tells us something about its Creator, if only by way of analogy, we can safely say we learn far more about God from Isaac Newton’s scientific research than we ever would from his religious scribblings