Have you ever heard it said that you have to be a fool to believe in God? John Lennox has come toe-to-toe with many of Christianity’s harshest critics, some of them colleagues at Oxford where he is a Professor of Mathematics (emeritus). Many of those critics argue that science and faith are like two ships passing in the night — John Lennox wholeheartedly disagrees.
Charles Morris conducted this interview with Lennox at C.S. Lewis’ old home, “The Kilns,” which seemed an appropriate place to have a conversation about how those who believe in God can absolutely live and work in the world of science. It’s an inspiring conversation that proves how science and belief have more in common than meets the eye.
More Related to John Lennox:
- View a list of John Lennox’s written works.
- Listen to a more recent conversation with John Lennox on finding God in a Coronavirus World.
- In the spirit of defending Christianity, watch the trailer of The Most Reluctant Convert starring Max McLean on the life and faith journey of C.S. Lewis.
- Listen to the episode with Tim Keller where he answers tough questions about faith.
- Listen to the episode with Michael Guillen on how a smart person could possibly believe in God.
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