How does the Christian worldview explain the problem of evil, and how does that perspective differ from other major worldview options? What are we to think about the challenges related to artificial intelligence and how could these challenges potentially change our world? Shane Rosenthal discusses these and other questions with Oxford mathematician John Lennox, author of Suffering Life’s Pain, and 2084: Artificial Intelligence and the Future of Humanity.
Listen to Part 1 of this conversation: John Lennox on Faith & Science
Books by John Lennox
Suffering Life’s Pain: Facing Moral & Natural Evil
2084: AI & The Future of Humanity
Finding Ultimate Reality
Joseph: A Story of Love, Hate, & Forgiveness
Can Science Explain Everything?
God & Stephen Hawking
Gunning for God
Against The Flow
Seven Days That Divide The World
Other Recommended Books & Resources
The Universe Next Door, James Sire
Naming the Elephant: Worldview as a Concept, James Sire
Why Good Arguments Often Fail, James Sire
The Story of Reality, Greg Koukl
God & The Problem of Evil, Five Views
Greg Koukl on The Problem of Evil, (podcast)
What Happens When We Deny Original Sin?, (podcast)
Against the Tide, A Documentary Featuring John Lennox
John Lennox on The Story of Joseph, (podcast)
The Search for the Historical Joseph, David Rohl (podcast)
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