Craig graduated from the Irish Baptist College in Belfast in 1989.
He was Pastor of Bellshill Baptist Church and then Harper Memorial Church in Glasgow for 20 years. During these years his involvement in Christianity Explored deepened, leading to his present role as Training Director. His role is to provide evangelism training for churches around the world by developing a network of qualified trainers. He summarises his life's work as "Equipping hundreds to train thousands to rescue millions".
Craig and his wife Margaret have three daughters, Claire, Jennifer and Gillian. At home he has been known to go for a run and have the occasional rattle on the drums.
He comes originally from Guernsey in the Channel Islands. He now lives at Banstead in Surrey.
He is the father of 5 grown up sons. His wife Joyce went to be with the Lord in February 2010.
He is the author of at least 35 different books, ranging from a pocket size 'Ultimate Questions' to his 650 page volume: 'Does God believe in Atheists?' which was published in the year 2000.
15 million copies of his books are in print in over 65 languages worldwide!
John's mother died when he was just 5, from colitis. He was evacuated from the island of Guernsey, just before the Germans invaded, spending the rest of the Second World War on Islay in the Scottish Hebrides. And his wife died from cancer just a few years ago. So in all of these ways, and more, John is well qualified to address this important subject: 'Where is God when things go wrong?'
John Lennox studied at the Royal School Armagh.
Today he is Professor of Mathematics in the University of Oxford.
He has lectured extensively in North America, Eastern and Western Europe and Australasia on mathematics, the philosophy of science and the intellectual defence of Christianity. He has debated with Richard Dawkins on 'The God Delusion' and on 'Has Science buried God?'
He has also debated with Peter Singer on the topic of 'Is there a God?'
His hobbies are languages, amateur astronomy, amateur bird-watching and some walking. John is married to Sally, they have three grown up children and five grandchildren and live near Oxford.
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