University of Southern California 2011
Science claims to be one of the few objective ways of understanding the world. But science itself is deeply affected by our pre-existing beliefs and these a priori commitments color the way we assess the so-called 'evidence' for or against theism. Come and hear Dr. Lennox discuss how it is possible for two people to examine the same data and come up with vastly different interpretations. The lecture will be followed by an audience Q and A.