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Is God Great?

Is God Great? A DebateOxford Professor John Lennox and journalist Christopher Hitchens come to Samford University to debate the question "Is God Great?"  Hitchens, who made his opinion clear on this topic with his book God is not Great, maintains not only that God fails to be great, but denies his existence entirely.  Professor Lennox, a convinced Christian and scientist, respectfully disagrees.

This event features a unique blend of both planned remarks and fast-paced dialogue that tackles these issues in a refreshing and informative light.  It is sure to offer insights to all.

"God is not only great.  He is immeasurably great." -Prof. John Lennox

John Lennox is Professor in Mathematics at the University of Oxford and Fellow in Mathematics and Philosophy of Science at Green Templeton College, University of Oxford.  Prof. Lennox has debated atheists ranging from Victor Stenger to Richard Dawkins and is the author of God's Undertaker: Has Science Buried God?

"This is the worst imaginable kind of unfreedom." -Christopher Hitchens

Christopher Hitchens was a British-American bestselling author, journalist, and literary critic who served as a columnist for several prominent publications, some of which include Vanity Fair, The Nation, and The Atlantic. He was one of the world's most influential and outspoken atheists.



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