Baylor University Physicist Gerald Cleaver describes the changing state of our understanding of the cosmos and suggests ways that Christians can make theological sense of a theoretical Multiverse.
  • Universe and Multiverse, Part 1

    | Gerald Cleaver
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    Universe and Multiverse, Part 1 | Gerald Cleaver

    By ten years old, I wanted to follow a career in physics and cosmology, both because of the wonder I felt for the natural world and as a means to better resolve serious questions I ha... Read More >

    Basics PART 1 of 5
  • Universe and Multiverse, Part 2

    | Gerald Cleaver
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    Universe and Multiverse, Part 2 | Gerald Cleaver

    Over the last few thousand years, the human perception of physical reality has gone through several stages. Each shift has illuminated a larger, grander creation.   Read More >

    Basics PART 2 of 5
  • Universe and Multiverse, Part 3

    | Gerald Cleaver
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    Universe and Multiverse, Part 3 | Gerald Cleaver

    Several independent lines of evidence point to billions of years of history since the Big Bang.   Read More >

    Going Deeper PART 3 of 5
  • Universe and Multiverse, Part 4

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    Universe and Multiverse, Part 4 | Gerald Cleaver

    According to string theory, there is only one fundamental particle from which both force-carrying particles and matter particles are formed.   Read More >

    Advanced PART 4 of 5
  • Universe and Multiverse, Part 5

    | Gerald Cleaver
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    Universe and Multiverse, Part 5 | Gerald Cleaver

    An issue of string theory in its first decade was that it wasn’t a single theory, but five theories. In each theory, the energy string possessed slightly different properties. Read More >

    Advanced PART 5 of 5