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|Alister McGrath||Andreas Idreos Professor of Scinece and Religion, Oxford University, Director of the Ian Ramsey Centre for Science and Religion; Fellow of Harris Manchester College.|
|Michael Ramsden||International Director of RZIM; Joint Director of the Oxford Centre for Christian Apologetics|
|Barth Netterfield||Astrophysicist; Professor in the Department of Astronomy and the Department of Physics at the University of Toronto|
Though Einstein revolutionized physics, he failed in his quest to discover a "grand theory of everything," a problem he wrestled with until his death. While Einstein did not believe in a personal God, Alister McGrath writes, he was driven by a "cosmic religious feeling" that became his "strongest and noblest motive for scientific research." Join McGrath as he sketches the religious views of one of the greatest scientific minds of the last century and shares insights from his forthcoming book, A Theory of Everything (That Matters): A Brief Guide of Einstein, Relativity, and His Surprising Thoughts on God.