Is God Relevant?
An Oxford Professor Discusses Science and Faith
John Lennox - Professor of Mathematics, University of Oxford
Monday, February 18, 2013 at 7:30 PM
Rogers Memorial Chapel
Once upon a time, humans cowered at the rustle of the trees and at the sound of thunder in the sky, ascribing everything in their world to a multitude of gods. Some religions claimed a single God was in charge of the world. In the modern era, who needs gods when science can explain the world? Oxford University Professor of Mathematics John Lennox will explore the explore the relationship between faith and science, and whether or not science has really made faith irrelevant. His presentation will be followed by a moderated Q&A session with the audience.
We are anticipating a full house at Rogers Memorial Chapel for John Lennox's presentation! Student ID holders will be given priority seating so that Tulane students have the first opportunity to see The Forum.
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We hope you are excited about Monday night! Currently, we are trying to make preparations for seating and, because this is a Tulane event, we are planning to let only those with Tulane IDs into the chapel up until about 10 minutes before the start of the Forum. The chapel holds a little less than 200 people and we are hoping that everyone is able to get a seat but we are unable to guarantee seats to those outside the Tulane community. Our encouragement to you is to arrive EARLY if you are hoping to attend. Unfortunately, we are unable to predict how many from within the Tulane community show up so we could very easily have either too many seats or not have enough. I apologize to those who were planning to travel from outside the New Orleans area to attend as we are unable to give you an estimate on how likely it will be that you can get in.