Stars, Cells, and God | Urban vs. Rural Navigation and A Moon-Forming Collision

Join Hugh Ross and Jeff Zweerink as they discuss new discoveries taking place at the frontiers of science that have theological and philosophical implications, including the reality of God’s existence.

Urban vs. Rural Navigation

A huge survey shows that people living outside of cities are better navigators than their urban cousins. What does this tell us about how humans were designed?

A Moon-Forming Collision

The prominent giant impact hypothesis for the formation of the Moon is backed by plenty of evidence, but one troubling discrepancy remains. Can a new impact model resolve this discrepancy, adding to the already large body of evidence supporting the idea that Earth is fine-tuned for life?

Hugh and Jeff discuss these important topics in this episode of Stars, Cells, and God.

References:

Entropy of City Street Networks Linked to Future Spatial Navigation Ability

Immediate Origin of the Moon as a Post-Impact Satellite