Friday, August 8, 2014

Science can lead to faith, says Oxford prof

Mathematician argues that faith and reason are not mutually exclusive

Trinity Western University Professor of Philosophy, Myron Penner (left), in Langley, British Columbia, on July 9 with British mathematician, philosopher of science, and Christian apologist John Lennox (right), Professor of Mathematics at the University of Oxford. (Photo: Chris Morrissey)

Last month C.S. Morrissey wrote for The B.C. Catholic about the visit to British Columbia of Oxford mathematician John Lennox:

"Oxonian responds to Hawking: God's Not Dead "

Agnieszka Krawczynski also reported in detail on Lennox's public appearances during his visit to British Columbia in the July 28 issue.

Be sure to listen for the mention of Lennox during the debate within the movie God's Not Dead about the ideas of physicist Stephen Hawking.

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