Author(s): John Lennox
Can science explain everything? Many see no need for belief systems that offer us alternative answers to the mysteries of our universe. Science and religion just do not mix. In this careful and thoughtful re ection on science, religion, and his own experience as both a scientist and a Christian believer, Professor John Lennox offers a compelling account of how we ended up here, and why science and religion can and must work together if we are to use either responsibly.
John Lennox is Professor of Mathematics at the University of Oxford and Fellow in Mathematics and Philosophy of Science at Green Templeton College.
Introduction: Cosmic Chemistry 1. Can you be a scientist and believe in God? 2. How did we get here: from Newton to Hawking 3. Mythbusters I: Science 4. Mythbusters II: Christian faith 5. Can we really take the Bible seriously any more? 6. Miracles: a step too far? 7. Can you trust what you read? 8. How to disprove Christianity 9. The personal dimension 10. Entering the laboratory: testing the truth