September 26, 2019
Date(s) - 26/09/2019
7:00 pm - 9:00 pm
John Lennox has challenged whether science can prove everything? However, in this presentation, Dr Leonard Long will address the question, “Can science prove anything?” Science is practiced within a belief system based on unprovable presuppositions, and can study only the patterns of behaviour of an already given functional, predictable, universe. Scientists who wander into bad philosophy will be critiqued, as will scientism – the overblown belief in science.
So Leonard’s address will include the following topics:
- Nature of science,
- Methodological naturalism,
- Ideological corruption within science, and
- Interference of politics and funding within science.
Leonard is a retired doctor and has spent much of his retirement studying.