Axioms and Inferences: A Mathematician Thinks About Faith

Throughout history, ideas have come and gone, religions have emerged and faded, and intellectual movements have thrived only to be later supplanted. Surveying this legacy, the question arises: what, if anything, is worth believing in? In this talk, Christian thinker John Lennox gives his answer, drawing from his experiences with atheism and theism in Eastern Europe. The forum is moderated by Ray F. Cowan, Research Scientist at the Laboratory for Nuclear Science, M.I.T. and Stanford Linear Accelerator Center.

 

This talk was held on 4 April 2011 at Stanford University as part of a tour in conjunction with The Veritas Forum.



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