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The existence of God and the absurdity of Atheism

Professor John Lennox at the Oxford Union Society

Date: 8th November 2012


Renowned Oxford academic, Professor John Lennox, challenges the age-old debate between science and faith. Defending his identity as both a committed scientist and devout Christian, Lennox underscores the foundational belief in a divine intelligence as the driving force behind scientific inquiry. He posits that while science adeptly deciphers the universe's mechanics, it remains silent on its ultimate purpose—a question he believes is answered by the presence of God, particularly manifested in Jesus Christ. To Lennox, God transcends abstract theories and emerges as a tangible, personal entity.

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