God, Black Holes, and the Big Bang

If the Universe began with a Big Bang, why do we need God any longer? Why does the Universe exist? Why am I here? Will Science ever find a Theory of Everything? How big is the Universe? What happens when two black holes collide?

If any of these questions intrigues you, Richard’s talk will provide answers from a Christian perspective, explaining how he believes the hand of God can be seen in Creation.  Richard is currently an Astronomy tutor with the Open University.  His PhD in Astrophysics (from Monash) involved studying the evolution of galaxies billions of light years away. 

Join us on Tuesday, April 23rd at 7.30-9.30om at St. Mark’s. Please register below to let us know that you’re coming (attendance is free).