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It certainly is a grandiose claim to have banished God. With such a lot at stake we surely need to ask Hawking to produce evidence to establish his claim. Do his arguments really stand up to close scrutiny? I think we have a right to know.The Grand Design, by eminent scientist Stephen Hawking, is the latest blockbusting contribution to the New Atheist debate, and claims that the laws of physics themselves brought the Universe into being, rather than God. In this swift and forthright reply, John Lennox, Oxford mathematician and author of God's Undertaker, takes a closer look at Hawking's logic. In lively, layman's terms, Lennox guides us through the key points in Hawking's arguments - with clear explanations of the latest scientific and philosophical methods and theories - and demonstrates that far from disproving a Creator God, they make his existence seem all the more probable.

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God and Stephen Hawking
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February 22nd, 2015
Intelligent, rational and informed response to commonly held beliefs about science and its 'god' status.
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Incisive and powerful.
October 24th, 2014
Only the most hard-bitten atheist will remain unaffected by this comprehensive dismantling of the atheist myth that tries to explain the self-cleaning of everything and the non-existence of God.
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A short, yet satisfactory refutation
June 9th, 2014
The author utilizes the philosophical tool of "ad absurdum" to uncover Hawking's "self-contradictory" claims, in an elegant manner, It simply makes Hawking's look absurd and dogmatistic & uncovers his ugly agenda that has nothing to do with Science, and more to do with God-Hating & self-loathing, and a pathetic failure to come to peace with the "problem of Evil" & "Theodicy"
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