Talk: Can science explain everything?

Dismantling one of the 'great lies of our time'

‘Science can explain everything’. It’s one of the most famous truths our culture clings to. It seems on the surface to be an appealing and attractive worldview. But is it actually true?

Listen to a sermon I gave in October 2012 which explored the myth that science is all we need to understand life. It was preached at All Souls Church, in central London, as part of a series called Great Lies of Our Time.

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