A Nobel Prize Winner Warned Me Not To Question Evolution


John Lennox is an Oxford mathematician who is the author of the new book Cosmic Chemistry. He’s written many books about the relationship between science and religion and has debated Richard Dawkins and Christopher Hitchens.

His new book candidly surveys the current state of evolutionary theory. Notable chapters include reviews of work by Denis Noble and James Shapiro.

In this conversation that we had on the Oxford campus, John recounts his history of asking the big questions.

LINKS:
Cosmic Chemistry on Amazon
John Lennox’s University of Oxford Faculty page
John Lennox’s Website

Podcast Link

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One Response

  1. Such a shame science is so closed to new ideas. A (R)evolutionary hypothesis of ‘Natural Selection of the Successful ‘ orchestrated by actin networks is being ignored. Actin networks as root cause of ‘Life as Information’ has monumental potential.

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