John Lennox, Professor of Mathematics at Oxford University, is an internationally renowned speaker on the interface of science, philosophy and religion. He regularly teaches at many academic institutions including the Said Business School, Wycliffe Hall and the Oxford Centre for Christian Apologetics, as well as also being a Senior Fellow with the Trinity Forum. He has written a series of books exploring the relationship between science and Christianity and he has also participated in a number of televised debates with some of the world’s leading atheist thinkers.
John Lennox regularly speaks on a range of topics relating to science, philosophy and theology. These include examining the relationship between science and religion, the evidence for God, the issue of suffering and the place of Christianity in society today. He has also produced a number of apologetics articles and has been interviewed by a number of organisations.
John Lennox travels widely around the world addressing audiences on a range of topics. John speaks frequently in the UK and North America, however, makes several trips to other parts of the world annually. John is also available for speaking requests when his schedule allows.
John Lennox has written a number of books exploring topics relating to science, faith and theology, including God’s Undertaker: Has Science Buried God? (2007), God and Stephen Hawking: Whose Design is it Anyway? (2011), Seven Days that Divide the World (2011), and Gunning for God: Why the New Atheists are Missing the Target (2011).
“Either human intelligence ultimately owes its origin to mindless matter; or there is a Creator. It is strange that some people claim that it is their intelligence that leads them to prefer the first to the second.”