***Richard Dawkins concedes that a reasonably respectable case could be made for a deistic god?***
Profs. Richard Dawkins and John Lennox go head-to-head once again (their second debate) for another remarkable match of intellect. The two scientists return to the Oxford Museum of Natural History - the famed site of the 1860 debate between Huxley and Wilberforce - to discuss an issue the BBC calls "as fierce as ever."
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An enthralling topic for scientists, skeptics, and Christians for nearly 150 years, the answer to the question "Has Science Buried God?" has implications that reverberate throughout public and private life, from government policy and medical ethics to individual choices made every day.
Holding the Atheistic position is Prof. Richard Dawkins, celebrated author of The God Delusion and regarded be many as the spokesman for the "New Atheism." Opposing Dawkins is fellow Oxford professor John Lennox. Lennox, like Dawkins, has dedicated his career to science, but arrives at very different conclusions. "It is the very nature of science," he says, "that leads me to belief in God."
In this discussion, these two great minds come together for a lively, entertaining, and thoughtful dialogue on one of the most important questions of our time.