Why do humans wonder so deeply about the nature and purpose of the world? And what does this tell us about what it means to be human? In this episode, Sean and Scott interview Oxford professor Alister McGrath about his latest book. McGrath makes a powerful case that naturalism is insufficient to account for the universal human sense of wonder and that this feature of the world points us to Christianity.
More About Our Guest
Dr. Alister McGrath teaches in the areas of theology and science at Oxford University. He specializes in issues of natural theology, historical theology, and has written a popular biography of C.S. Lewis. His latest book is Born to Wonder: Exploring Our Deepest Questions–Why Are We Here, and Why Does It Matter?
Transcript coming soon.