Audio and Video from the John Lennox NZ Tour

 

In 2011, soon after the Canterbury Earthquakes, Professor Emeritus of Mathematics and Philosopher of Science at Oxford University, Dr John Lennox, visited New Zealand for a speaking tour. Due to the tragedy Dr Lennox graciously changed his planned talks to offer hope to a hurting country.  

 

Howick Baptist Sunday morning service (27 Feb)

“Why? Considering the Goodness & Sovereignty of God in the Midst of Suffering”

 

 

Compass at St Pauls (28 Feb) – An evening with John Lennox: God, Suffering, and the Christchurch Earthquake:

 

Interview on NewstalkZB with Leighton Smith (2 March) – Mathematics, Stephen Hawkings, God, Faith, the Christchurch Tragedy (with some caller interaction) 

 

 

5 replies
  1. Jochuhyulo
    Jochuhyulo says:

    Professor John is one of my favorite personality in the face of the world today.
    Thank you so much for the post, I love it…I am very encourage hearing Professor John addressing the issues, and great interview too.
    God bless

  2. Jochuhyulo
    Jochuhyulo says:

    Professor John is one of my favorite personality in the face of the world today.
    Thank you so much for the post, I love it…I am very encourage hearing Professor John addressing the issues, and great interview too.
    God bless

  3. Rob McKay
    Rob McKay says:

    I thoroughly enjoyed meeting and listening to John Lennox when he last visited NZ and I also enjoyed watching on You tube the Oxford debate Lennox had with Richard Dawkins.

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