Chemist and theologian Stacy Trasancos explores the possibility that a world steeped in science can also be a world filled with miracles. In fact, science and miracles are both parts of a fully human life.
- 19:03 - I heard that Einstein said that the more he studies science the more he believes in God. Does this have to do with the vast space between the smallest particles of matter?
- 23:01 - Does this eclipse give evidence of the universe being fine-tuned?
- 28:44 - I’ve read about Eucharistic miracles all over the world. Are there any scientific journals substantiating these miracles?
- 35:12 - Do black holes exist? If so, do you think any are large enough to swallow up a solar system?
- 41:29 - Is the current skepticism from the scientific world a consequence of Church’s skepticism toward scientists like Galileo?
- 47:00 - Can you clarify a statement you made on another show about the origin of man in reference to DNA genetic studies?
- 51:50 - In Medjugorje, I saw people staring directly at the sun for twenty minutes with nothing covering their eyes. I was unable to do this. Could this have been a miracle?