When scientists design an experiment that has a hypothesis and expected results, they base the experiment on the assumption of an organized universe.
However, many modern scientists also view their fields as being devoid of religion or faith.
For mathematician and religious scholar John Lennox, this is a modern paradox.
“If you’re going to do science, you’ve got to start by assuming that … there are laws and order to be discovered,” Lennox said. “If you believe in a creator, you expect there to be law coming from an intelligent creator. It seems to me that the two things fit together.”
Lennox, who teaches at the University of Oxford, will be questioned on the relationship between science, religion and the truth behind God at today’s Veritas Forum, called “Christianity and the Tooth Fairy.”Continue Reading on www.dailybruin.com