Tag: john lennox
Stephen Meyer, John Lennox: Against the Tide Sweeps Away Atheist “Power Play”
Does the universe bear a “stamp” indicating the guidance of a designing intelligence? Lennox’s answer is yes. He has spent a lifetime arguing as much.
Optimism in a Dark Time: Meyer, Lennox, and the “God Hypothesis”
We are living in a dark time. The culture that holds up our nation rocks dangerously, buffeted by the winds of cult-like, nihilistic ideologies.
Oxford’s John Lennox: Battle Cry of the “Believing Scientist”
Many religiously affiliated people, including clergy, would prefer to let their faith float free of challenging questions about objective evidence.
Lennox Versus Dawkins: “Science and Religion as Alternative Explanations”?
John Lennox gets to the heart of a great question by challenging Richard Dawkins on the assumption that science and faith cannot coexist.
Why Something Instead of Nothing? November 19, Oxford’s John Lennox Goes “Against the Tide”
Trumpeters for atheism are not being truthful when they say things like “Religion teaches us to be satisfied with not really understanding.”