A science philosophy piece which addresses the age old question does God Exist? The "Gloves are off" as an Atheist and Theist boxer are imagined to enter the ring in a combative debate to promote their world-view. Science, reason, and logical argumentation are brought forth in view of an extensive examination of modern cosmological models, to determine what likelihood, if any, there is either a philosophical need, or scientific expectation for a purposeful Creator and Masterful Controller of our Cosmos.
While respecting and detailing old traditional philosophic positions for God's existence such as the Kalam argument (made famous by theologian William Lane Craig), the book also dares to cross theological lines by suggesting real, plausible mechanisms for God's existence, based on physics and probabilities. Indeed a new cosmological model is put forth which suggests a God, and maybe even the God of the Bible, could plausibly naturally manifest.
Differing theories of space/time (i.e. Emergent "Growing Block" vs. Fait Accompli "Eternal Block") as well as variouis positions on "infinity" (i.e. actual vs. potential) are explored, to assess whether a God may, in any number of possible realities, plausibly exist. Traditional and novel argumentation is set forth in view to a climatic "Decision".
A must read for the Seeker of Truth!