Lennox, John Carson

John Carson LennoxJohn.Lennox

Green Templeton College
University of Oxford
43 Woodstock Road, Oxford  United Kingdom

Advocacy:  Facebook, The Trinity Forum, RZIM and many others
Books: The Theory of Infinite Soluble Groups, Questioning our Knowledge: Can we Know
_______What we Need to Know?
(The Quest for Reality and Significance) and hundreds more
Homepage (Academic: Green Templeton College, Oxford)
YouTube: Can Science Explain Everything? (at the CS Lewis Institute

Twitter-Tweet, May 1, 2020

Tweet and submission within online form:  8/9 December 2019

TO: @ProfJohnLennox and @RubinReport and @jordanbpeterson
Your Metaxas appearances are quite heart-warming. Your love abides. Another view of the universe is to begin at the Planck scale and apply base 2 to outline the first 64 doublings before the particles-waves – https://81018.com/chart/ and http://81018.com (for the history and ongoing work). Hopefully it brings us closer to the finite-infinite transform. It includes everything, everywhere for all time and it is the simplest mathematics for a highly-integrated, mathematical view of the universe. Our reference page to you goes back to my first letter in 2013: https://81018.com/lennox/

First email: Tuesday, Dec 31, 2013, 4:49 PM  (slightly updated)

Dear Prof. Dr. John Lennox:

Thank you! You are a splendid soul, the salt of the earth, and a light to the nations. Only in the past month have I gotten to know you and your work.

My brother-in-law, a theologian of wayward Baptist-flavorings, keeps sending me links to what he considers to be your best videos.

If you would like to be a bit more compelling for those know-it-alls among the Oxford clan (one was sitting behind you looking quite sure of himself with his Dawkins assurances that look much like my nephew who is a Dawkins-groupie and an engineering student at Oxford), you might tell them something they have not heard in the past.

Here are just two examples:

1. Did you know there are just 202 base-2 exponential notations from the Planck Length to the Observable Universe, from the smallest and largest measurements of a possible length?  Implication: The universe is mathematically tighter, smaller and more intimate than we think.

The doubling function is inherent within this universe.  It seems that one could make the case that we’re living in an exponential universe.

2. Did you know there are over one quintillion vertices at the 60th doubling? If each step  aggregates all the prior steps, at the 60th doubling there are many quintillions. That’s a lot of vertices for a richly textured structure that nobody quite recognizes. Your friend, Roger Penrose, calls it Conformal Cyclic Cosmology. He’s on the wrong side of the spectrum; it is really ontology.

Implication: The universe, albeit quite magnificently simple, is far more complicated than we think.

Of course, I could go on, but in this opening before the new year and re-awakening within Epiphany, let me send you these greeting.