In his book A Brief History of Time, the famous Cambridge cosmologist Stephen Hawking held out the prospect of a complete theory of the universe by means of which we would know'why it is that we and the universe exist...then we would know the mind of God.' Christian mathematicican John Byl disagrees: 'Hawking overestimates the value of a Theory-of-Everything, while underestimating the content of God's mind.' We already have in Scripture a source of knowledge superior to all other sources and already know 'the mind of God'. so far as He has been pleased to reveal it to us. On this basis, Byl questions much of modern cosmology, including the Big-Bang theory of origins. He deals with the limitations of human knowledge, biblical teaching relevant to cosmology, the quest for extra-terrestrial intelligence, the existence of the spiritual realm, heaven, angels, life after death, and much else. Byl's approach is a refreshing counter to the dreary and ultimately meaningless outlook of modern cosmology.