Claremont Consortium

Cosmic Chemistry: Do Science and God Mix?

October 10, 2019 at 7:00pm / Shanahan Center, Auditorium, Harvey Mudd College


Claremont Consortium

Cosmic Chemistry: Do Science and God Mix?

Presented by the Claremont Center for Reason, Religion, and Public Affairs, Oxford Professor Emeritus John Lennox, Mathematician and Philosopher of Science will present his position on there being no conflict between science and belief in God.

His recent books include: Can Science Explain Everything, Seven Days that Divide the World, and God and Stephen Hawking. His work spans Group Theory, Bioethics, and translations of Russian mathematics. Lennox’s frequent debates with Dawkins, Hitchens, Singer and others are legendary.

All questions are welcome in this hospitable and open event to people from all viewpoints. A time of audience questions will follow Professor Lennox's opening presentation.

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Presenters

John Lennox

Professor of Mathematics and Philosophy of Science

Oxford University

Mary Poplin

Professor in the School of Educational Studies

Claremont Graduate University
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