The Evidence for God: The Case for the Existence of the Spiritual Dimension SOLD OUT
Sunday 22 March 2015
Oxford Martin School: Seminar RoomVenue
One of the UK’s bestselling authors on religion Professor Keith Ward talks religion and belief in God with well-known atheist and humanist writer Stephen Law.
In his latest book, The Evidence for God, Ward argues that there is a huge amount of evidence for a spiritual dimension to the world. He explores the arts, morality, philosophy, science, religion and personal experience to argue the presence of more than physical facts. Ward is regius Professor of Divinity Emeritus, University of Oxford, and a research fellow at Heythrop College, London. He has written many popular books on philosophy, religion and Christian theology, including The God Conclusion, Why There Almost Certainly is a God, and The Big Questions in Science and Religion.
Law is senior lecturer in philosophy at Heythrop College, University of London. He is also a well-known atheist and humanist writer and blogger, as well as the author of many popular philosophy books including The Philosophy Gym, The Great Philosophers and, for children, The Complete Philosophy Files. He has debated a number of Christian apologists including William Lane Craig.
Presented by Centre for Inquiry.