For those of you who are interested in science and the creation of the world, I ran across the Magis Center website put together by Fr. Robert J. Spitzer that you may be interested in checking out. He has several videos and podcasts pertaining to physics, mathematics, philosophy and faith. I watched a few of them and they seem to be pretty decent from what I can tell. There is even an entire 12 part series you can watch on the website titled 'God and Modern Physics.' He also published a book last year titled, 'New Proofs For the Existence of God.' I do not have the book yet but I will order it sometime in the near future. I have too many other books I am trying to get through at this point! But it looks like a decent read.
I will say that I do not know a lot about Fr. Spitzer or what common theological views he holds to. He does seem to have some great arguments against the "New Atheism," and is known to have refuted the likes of Stephen Hawking and his recent book titled, 'The Grand Design." Fr. Spitzer insists that science is always changing, and science does not provide absolute proofs, only reasonable explanations to various truths. Science also cannot broach the metaphysical realm, which only philosophy can do. He addresses the common proofs for God, such as the "First Cause." In order for physics to work, it must have a beginning point to work off. Fr. Spitzer also goes into the many scientific arguments provided against the existence of God, and explains why they fail, including the modern proposal that the universe created itself out of nothing. He seems to have a solid working knowledge of the many scientific theories and studies relating to the creation of the universe and so forth. If you are into the whole physics/faith area then I think it is worth checking out. Here is a link to the website. http://www.magisreasonfaith.org/ Let me know your thoughts on the website and information.
Note: It looks like I am going to have to pull a Pope Paul VI and add a 'nota explicativa' to this post. A reader has informed me that the Kolbe Center is a more traditional source for this type of material. There is a rift between the traditional acceptance of a literal interpretation of the Genesis account of creation, and a theistic evolutionary one. Those at the Kolbe center hold to the traditional doctrine of creation, not to the modern notion of theistic evolution. I am not very familiar with this area of study, so I will leave it you to investigate these sources yourself. Perhaps this is a chance for a good debate!