Our stewardship of creation is a task delegated to us by God. It is loving, compassionate, pro-human life, God-honouring and it can provide great opportunities for sharing our faith with others.
The inference we think is inevitable, that the watch must have had a maker, that there must have existed, at some time and at some place or other, an artificer or artificers who formed it for the purpose which, we find it actually to answer, who comprehended its construction and designed its use.
Because they are led by a mistrust of religion which has spilled over into distaste and then blind-prejudice, the New Atheist literature if filled with misquotations, misrepresentations and unsupported assertions, which Lennox exposes and dismantles with some relish
In the past few decades a broad consensus has emerged among physicists that a number of aspects of the physical cosmos appear to be ‘fine-tuned’ for life, which is to say, various aspects of its basic structure and of the fundamental laws that govern it are balanced on a knife-edge
Science and the Christian faith, far from being at war with one another, actually fit together very well. This is partly because they are answering a different set of questions, but also because Christianity actually provides the best foundation for doing science.
Paul Downes QC has enlisted a phenomenal line-up of speakers to address some of the greatest reasons to believe in the existence of God, such as the design of the universe, and the human desire for goodness, justice, morality and meaning.
As an expert in mathematics, including probability and chaos theory, Lennox analyses and explains the fine tuning of the physical forces and constants of the universe, and the information richness of the genetic code. These facts point to intelligent input
Young people need to know that science and faith are not enemies, and that they don't need to chose 'sides'
"Has science explained everything?" In this episode of Short Answers we see why the answer is a resounding "no", explore why science is an utterly brilliant invention, and discover why science only works in the first place if God exists.
Of course, I reject atheism because I believe Christianity to be true. But I also reject it because I am a scientist. How could I be impressed with a worldview that undermines the very rationality we need to do science? Science and God mix very well. It is science and atheism that do not mix.