Imagining the Creator God
The Universe, in all its grandeur and complexity, has been attempted to be understood by man since the early days of civilization. Throughout history, various cosmologies were formulated, each more sophisticated than the last. Imagining the Creator God: From Antiquity to Astrophysics explores the creation of the universe through the perspectives of those who tried to explore it before: From the Greek philosophers, the Jewish and Christian traditions, to modern-day science. At the center of it all, the Creator can be imagined; a generous Creator who shares his creativity with the rest of creation.