John Lennox interviewed by CPX

The Centre for Public Christianity has some interviews with Professor John Lennox, a distinguished Christian thinker and author. Lennox has recently debated both Richard Dawkins and Christopher Hitchens. He is a professor in Mathematics at the University of Oxford and a Fellow in Mathematics and Philosophy of Science at Green College, at the University of Oxford (HT: Justin Taylor).


Other videos worth watching:

The evils of Christendom.

The evidence for God and the explanatory scope of science.

Science and faith, and the credibility of the Bible.

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  1. David Elder, Australia, protestant, evolutionary biologist
    David Elder, Australia, protestant, evolutionary biologist says:

    The gospel according to Dawkins says that everything is explicable in materialistic terms. Then there is no free will. Then there is no basis for morality which requires freedom to choose the good. There is also no basis for reason which requires freedom to choose the true. This philosophy is such total nonsense that Dawkins does not believe it himself. He speaks and acts in practice as if we all have free will after all. Where, on his beliefs, can it come from?

    If you want to post this comment somewhere prominent where it will embarrass Dawkins, please do.

    David Elder.

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