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Against the Flow: The Inspiration of Daniel in an Age of Relativism Paperback – March 20, 2015
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I read everything John Lennox writes because of his amazing blend of rigorous scholarship with practical insights and applications for all of us. You cannot afford to miss this important book! Read it, then pass it on to a friend. --Rick Warren, Author of The Purpose Driven Life 2015-03-27
I cannot think of a more important book for a secular, pluralist age. John Lennox challenges Christians to dare to be like Daniel, who witnessed boldly at the highest levels in a nation that did not share his faith. This book is a huge encouragement to all Christians who long to live faithfully and usefully for God in a hostile world. --Amy Orr-Ewing, Director of Programs, Oxford Centre for Christian Apologetics 2015-03-27
John Lennox has a unique gift as a Bible teacher. He applies text to today s world and its prevailing philosophies in penetrating ways. This learned exposition of Daniel shows how the book offers powerful critiques of the modern idolatries, whether atheist or secularist. Every reader of this volume will see the depth and coherence of the book of Daniel in a new way. --Peter J. Williams, Warde, Tyndale House,m Cambridge 2015-03-27
About the Author
John C. Lennox is Professor of Mathematics at the University of Oxford and Fellow in Mathematics and Philosophy of Science at Green Templeton College. He lectures on Faith and Science for the Oxford Centre for Christian Apologetics. He is author of a number of books on the relations of science, religion and ethics. He and his wife Sally live near Oxford.
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Thus is the context of Lennox's provocative and probing book. It's just necessary to flesh this out and provide greater historical background, which he does very well. I do think at times he elaborates more than necessary, or uses three paragraphs when two would do. Slightly more aggressive editing would have been in order, I think. But that's a minor criticism. Overall very informative and quite timely in a season of increasing hostility to Judeo-Christian values.