Over at the NYT, Ross Douthat explores what Christianity has to say in the face of suffering and tragedy.
Can science investigate miracles? At the Veritas Forum @ Harvard, Oxford mathematician John Lennox explains how science can apply to the claims of faith. Would you accept the subjective experience of miracles as evidence or would you insist on an objective proof? Let us know in the comments!
We then keep Lent, Holy Week, and Good Friday so thoroughly that we have hardly any energy left for Easter except for the first night and day. Easter, however, should be the center. Take that away and there is, almost literally, nothing left.
N.T. Wright, Surprised By Hope
Learn more about the importance of Easter by watching Wright’s talk on Surprised by Hope and the significance of the resurrection at: http://www.veritas.org/Talks.aspx#!/v/24
The centerpiece of this event is a lecture and question & answer session with mathematician Satyan Devadoss, a professor from Williams College. What is the right tool for measuring the nature of reality around us? What does a Christian mathematician have to add about the reality of science and the problems of origins, God, and this world?
UPenn Law Professor David Skeel interviews Oxford mathematician John Lennox on whether there’s anything worth believing in? Skeel leads with this question: does it matter if God is a force instead of a being? Follow all of the questions (and answers) in this recording from the University of Pennsylvania.