Lennox's Quest For The Existence Of God

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Lennox is a true Christian who believes in a creator, but he doesn’t see God just as a massive force, but as a person. He believes that we are created in his image. Lennox believes the opposite of Dawkins, stating that evolution is a guided process and that atheists like Dawkins tries to deny that by telling us that we have evolution (a perfect mechanism) which works fine without guidance (God). Lennox thus believes that God and science shouldn’t be separated, but that they are relative to one another. One of his main arguments is that he cannot believe that the mind and consciousness came to be without the design of a creator. He questions Dawkins on his morale behaviour and what kind of justice their thus is in this world. He therefor states that life serves no purpose without religion or God. He also states that he believes in Christ even when his resurrection defies the laws of mathematics and science.

The Development of Science:

Karl Popper:
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If the outcome of an experiment contradicts the theory, one should refrain from ad hoc manoeuvres that evade the contradiction merely by making it less falsifiable. Popper is also known for his opposition to the classical justifications account of knowledge which he replaced with critical rationalism, "the first non-justification philosophy of criticism in the history of philosophy.””(The Free Press of Glencoe,
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