A Matter of Gravity: God, the Universe and Stephen Hawking

On 12 March 2013 John Lennox gave the Vice Chancellor’s Open Lecture at the University of Cape Town on the topic of “A Matter of Gravity: God, the Universe and Stephen Hawking”.

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7 Comments on “A Matter of Gravity: God, the Universe and Stephen Hawking

  1. Dr. Lennox, absolutely wonderful, God bless you immensely! It’s such an amazement to have your brilliant logic and thinking to the service of our Creator.

  2. I listened to half an hour and I got bored. I’m only a layman on the subject. Obviously nothing is something. It’s a matter of interpretation. Describe to me nothing. Surely nothing will have to be made of something or else nothing can’t exist. Therefore it is quite feasible that something will come from nothing. Also ar’n’t atoms,protons and neutrons dependant on gravity. even in space.

  3. There are only few people left to stand up for the Christian belief face to face with scientists which are atheists at this communication level.
    May God give you health, power and wisdom to continue to be an advocate of the Light.

  4. Share this if you fing it helpful:

    Atheism/Theism in a Nutshell
    Consider the following argument:
    Premise 1: Either there is evidence of God that I the atheist will accept or God does not exist
    Premise 2: There is no evidence of God that I the atheist will accept
    Premise 3: God does not exist

    It is a circular argument with false alternatives.

    What caused the painting?
    Theist: the painter
    Atheist: the paint
    Why?
    It enables blind faith in the non-existence of a painter.

  5. Thank you for this video, entitled, ““A Matter of Gravity: God, the Universe and Stephen Hawking,” I think it is one of your best.

    What do you think of evolution? I’ve tried to reconcile it to Scripture, but can’t. Jesus didn’t die to save me from my animal instincts. He died to save me from my sins. If evolution is true, I’m not a sinner. There never was an original sin and Jesus could not be a second Adam, since the first never existed. What do you think? Why do some apologists cave on evolution?