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Go to the top of the "Course Content" page, click on "Recent Press Articles of Interest." Read the article "Books of The Times - Many Universes in Stephen Hawking`s Grand Design." In order to demonstrate your mastery and understanding of the concepts explored so far in the course: a) Do not pay attention to the information about the best-selling characteristics of the book and take as a departure point its main arguments that consist in explaining why God or Gods is (are) not necessary to imagine the beginning of the universe(s). b) Discuss that claim in relation to the existence of a great many (as many as there are religions) religious myths of creation of the world. Adopt the perspective of an anthropologist (who would be using any of the theoretical framework we have briefly discussed) when explaining the need of human beings to use religions to explain how the world became what it is, and where it comes from.
The Grand Design Student: Professor: Course title: Date: Introduction There are many theories and schools of thought as to how the universe came to be. The two common ones are the evolution theory that draws its basis from science and the creation theory that draws its reasoning from religion. Stephen Hawking, the author of The Grand Design, has in one of his articles indicated that the existence of a supreme being is not necessarily at the center of the universe. Hawking has completely disputed the creation theory and even alluded to the possibility that there is no God or gods (Hawkings, 2010). This paper has taken a critical look at some of the standpoints taken by Stephen. Part of the discussion has explored the authenticity of the claims made by him and whether they have a