The “God Delusion” debate between dueling Oxford scholars — biologist Richard Dawkins and mathematician John Lennox was a Sold Out show, and no wonder.
“Once you lose the kind of stabilizing influence of rational thought and respect,” says John Lennox, “then you can end up with violence, as we have seen.”
A major news story can break outside of the silo but, because it goes against the narrative, those in the silo will never hear about it.
Lennox: “Stephen Hawking was a brilliant mathematician and a genius. But he had no idea about philosophy.”
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.