"Although science with all of its power cannot address some of the fundamental questions that we ask, nevertheless the universe contains certain clues as to our relationship to it, clues that are scientifically accessible. The rational intelligibility of the universe, for instance, points to the existence of a Mind that was responsible both for the universe and for our minds." If such a Mind exists and if that Mind intends for each of us to be here, to exist as well, it raises a very big question: What is the purpose of our existence?
That is the question John Lennox asks in this article from the current issue of Tabletalk. Be sure to read Beyond Reason? to see other questions asked and answered by Dr. Lennox, professor of mathematics and philosophy of science at the University of Oxford.