God's Undertaker Paperback
Has Science Buried God?
by John C. Lennox;
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God's Undertaker by John C. Lennox was published by Lion Hudson in February 2009 and is our 13510th best seller. The ISBN for God's Undertaker is 9780745953717.
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God's Undertaker: Has Science Buried God?Mary Austin, via The Good Book Stall
Now expanded and updated in this new edition, the book makes an intelligent and invaluable contribution to the debate about science's relationship with religion. Publisher
Oxford Mathematician and philosopher of science, John Lennox joins the debate over the compatibility of science and religion. His ultimate answer to the question he poses is ‘no, science has not buried God’ - a conclusion reached through a well argued thesis that actually the wrong question is being asked! He demonstrates that there is no conflict between science and religion as many scientists who profess faith in God show. He argues convincingly that the conflict is not between science and religion but between belief in God - theism - and belief that the universe is all there is - what he calls naturalism or materialism. Both theism and naturalism are faith standpoints from which scientists begin their researches – positions of faith – either in God or in materialism - which are not provable in the scientific sense. Lennox does, however, take the reader on a journey through aspects of recent scientific discovery in physics, biological science and mathematics to offer a strong argument for the presence of a designer guiding the processes of the development of the universe. A good challenging read widely accessible, however, someone with no scientific knowledge at all may struggle in places.
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|Page last updated||26th November 2016|
|Author / Artist||John C. Lennox|
|Publisher||Lion Hudson (February 2009)|
|Number of Pages||226|