If we believe many modern commentators, science has squeezed God into a corner, killed and buried him with its all–embracing explanations. Atheism, we are told, is the only intellectually tenable position, and any attempt to reintroduce God is likely to impede the progress of science.
In this stimulating and thought–provoking book, John Lennox invites us to consider such claims very carefully. Is it really true, he asks, that everything in science points towards atheism? Could it be possible that theism sits more comfortably with science than atheism? Has science buried God or not?
“A brilliantly argued re–evaluation of the relation of science and religion, casting welcome new light on today’s major debates. A must–read for all reflecting on the greatest questions of life.” (Alistair McGrath, Professor of Historical Theology, University of Oxford)
“As an agnostic in the true sense of the word as ‘not knowing’, I found John Lennox’s book intriguing and providing much food for thought and will contribute to a reasoned discussion on a fundamental question.” (Alan Emery, Emeritus Professor of Human Genetics, University of Edinburgh)
“God’s Undertaker is an important and topical contribution to the debate and questions about the origins of the universe and its physical laws, the origin of complex biological design and the purpose (if any) of mankind.” (Chris Paraskeva, Professor of Experimental Oncology, University of Bristol)
Superb demolition of atheism, and Richard Dawkins in particular. As a non–scientist I could follow most of the lucidly presented arguments(though skipped one or two difficult later chapters e.g. “Matters of information.”
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