20 Christian Academics Speaking About God
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Added: Wed, 10 Aug 2011 16:39:44 UTC
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It is easy to find examples of how religious thinking among lay or fundamentalist Christians can result in profoundly irrational ideas. But the evidence that reason is abandoned in Christianity equally comes from the mouths of "sophisticated" theologians, leaders, scholars and spokespersons practising it.
Speakers in order of appearance:
- Professor George Coyne, Astronomer, Vatican Observatory
- Robin Collins, Professor of Philosophy
- Dr Benjamin Carson, Paediatric Neurosurgeon
- John Lennox, Oxford Professor of Mathematics
- Francis Collins, National Human Genome Research Institute Director
- John Polkinghorne, Cambridge Professor of Mathematical Physics
- JP Moreland, Professor of Philosophy, Biola University
- William Dembski, Research Professor of Philosophy
- Dr Rowan Williams, Archbishop of Canterbury
- Dinesh D'Souza, Hoover Research Fellow, Stanford
- Dr Ravi Zacharias, Renowned Christian Apologist
- Brian Leftow, Oxford Professor of the Philosophy of the Christian Religion
- Dr William Lane Craig, Renowned Apologist and Philosopher
- Nicholas Saunders, Science and Religion Scholar, Cambridge
- NT Wright, Leading New Testament Scholar
- Alvin Plantinga, Notre Dame Professor of Philosophy
- Alistair McGrath, Oxford Professor of Historical Theology
- Freeman Dyson, Physicist, Institute for Advanced Study, Princeton
- RJ Berry, Professor of Genetics, UCL
- Denys Turner, Yale Professor of Historical Theology
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