This post is part of my 2020 goal to read 25 books.


‘Can Science Explain Everything?’ is a book by John Lennox outlining a number of things John believes Science is hard-pressed to explain, while also urging the reader to evaluate God in a scientific way.

For those unfamiliar with John, he is an Emeritus Professor of Mathematics at the University of Oxford (specialising in Group Theory), as well as a philosopher of science and Christian apologist. As someone who has seen a number of his debates (He’s had a few with Richard Dawkins, and Christopher Hitchens), I was unsurprised to find that some portions of the book covered arguments I’d already heard.

Overall, it was a good, quick read and I heartily recommend it to atheists and believers alike.

Author: John Lennox

Score: 3/3

Buy: Amazon