In God’s Undertaker, John Lennox evaluates the debate between God and Science in the light of the popular claims made by new atheists. If you are skeptic whether or not Science has buried God or if there are any evidences that point to God’s existence, you cannot afford to miss this book!
Written by John Lennox (Author, Gunning For God), God’s Undertaker: Has Science Buried God? is an excellent book that re-evaluates the evidence of modern science in relation to the debate between the atheistic and theistic interpretations of the universe. In this book, Lennox contends that science is simply an unbiased subject and the real problem has to do with naturalism and theism and the relationship of each with science. Moreover, readers will learn from Lennox’s discussion on the origin of universe, the origin of life, mutations and his dialogues with Dawkins. Carefully written and with a humble attitude, Lennox provides his arguments and ends the book by answering the question ‘has Science buried God?‘ A must-read for readers who reflects on the greatest questions of life.”
- “Well done Mr. Lennox! Well-written and you have really opened my eyes to the rubbish that comes from the new atheists” – C. Robinson, Amazon Review
- “After reading extensively from the likes of Michael Shermer, Richard Dawkins and others, I decided to give the opposing viewpoint an equal shot at convincing me one way or another. After a careful examination of John Lennox’s work in this book, my mind has been firmly changed. Atheism is not nearly attractive as it once was. Thank you John!” – Steve, Amazon REview
- “I believe, what is most important – the arguments Lennox presents in ‘God’s Undertaker’ cannot be ignored. Despite your beliefs or education, this book speaks at a level that cannot be dismissed by any serious thinker because it goes far beyond the simple and quaint arguments used for so long; it presents a clear look at what science is and is not, and how wrongly the debate has been framed for so long. Coming from a man of Lennox’s background, no one — Christians, atheists, agnostics, etc. — should give anything less than some pretty serious attention to his work.” – M. Twisted, Amazon Review