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Blog Archives: April 2011

Is Anything Worth Believing In?

April 06, 2011
Summary: I much enjoyed hearing Dr. John Lennox, professor of Mathematics at Oxford University, address this question at the Veritas Forum at Berkeley on April 5, 2011. After inviting us into parts of his own story, which he did humbly and humorously, Dr. Lennox began his talk by speaking to two poles at which many people galvanize today. One pole is animated by the assertion that “no truth can be known,” and the other by the assertion that “truth is only known through science.” Dr. Lennox then proceeded to demonstrate that truth can indeed ...