John Lennox & Kevin Sorbo
In Theaters One Day, Nov 19
Are science and faith really in conflict? Just how “scientific” are the claims of leading atheists? Has science disproved God? Or do new scientific discoveries actually provide compelling support for faith? These are the issues that the renowned John Lennox, Professor of Mathematics at Oxford University, is famous for tackling head on.
And now he does so in a new movie that is half biography and half travelogue, AGAINST THE TIDE: FINDING GOD IN AN AGE OF SCIENCE.
“Against the Tide explores profound scientific reasons for believing in God — explained by a man, whose life bears powerful witness to His reality,” said Stephen Meyer, director of the Center for Science & Culture.
The first half of the movie, set in Oxford, shows Lennox revealing the scientific arguments for and against the existence of a designer outside nature. The second half follows Lennox’s story around the globe, as he makes a case for identifying the designer with a Christian understanding of the deity.
We are privileged to have Steve Lee, our most often requested speaker, back with us this Thursday evening. Watch your email or our Facebook group, “Reasonable Faith Collin County”, for more information on this online Zoom meeting of Reasonable Faith Collin County.
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