Live Stream John Lennox March 25: Is Faith Anti-Science?

Posted by Bethan Adams on March 24, 2017
Topic: Blog

Saturday, March 25, at 10:00 a.m. EDT, Professor John Lennox will present a lecture titled, “Are God and Faith Anti-Science and Anti-Reason?”  Prof. Lennox will be speaking in London as part of the #WhySeries, and you can watch live here or below.

Prof. Lennox will address the question of whether the Christian message is intellectually credible. Is it simply a case of having to choose between faith, superstition and belief, on the one side, and evidence, reason and science, on the other? After all, haven’t religious explanations for the world been disproved and shouldn’t this lead us to atheism? Prof. Lennox will ask us to consider these claims carefully. Might it even be possible that it is theism, rather than atheism, that sits most comfortably with science and reason?

Prof. Lennox has lectured extensively in North America and Europe on mathematics, the philosophy of science, and the intellectual defense of Christianity. He is Professor of Mathematics (emeritus) at the University of Oxford and Fellow in Mathematics and the Philosophy of Science.

The Why? Series, an initiative of the Zacharias Trust, is designed to help believers explore key questions about the Christian faith. The interactive training not only provides approaches and answers to some of the most difficult topics believers face today, but also offers practical guidance for those wanting to communicate their faith more effectively.

TUNE IN: Prof. John Lennox, Live from London, Saturday, March 25, 10:00 a.m. EDT! “Are God and Faith Anti-Science and Anti-Reason?” 

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