He began and chaired the Department of Materials at Queen Mary College, University of London. He later served as the Dean of Engineering for that same University. He’s also authored more than 100 scientific papers.
He debated Richard Dawkins on the topic of Evolution vs. Creation back in 1986 and Dawkins was still making excuses for that debate as recently as 2007. He’s debated other evolutionists and atheists over the years as well.
He has written 2 Bible commentaries and numerous books, including, Who Made God, A Glorious High Throne, Free in Christ, Christ and the Cosmos, God, Science and Evolution, The Spirit has Come, From Nothing to Nature and others.
He is currently pastor of the Campus Church, Welwyn Garden City.
I recently read and thoroughly enjoyed his newest book Who Made God. I would encourage you to buy that book and read it. This book is fresh, sharp, intelligent and witty. It is solid on the facts and very entertaining. It was written in an easy to understand yet intellectually deep way. Dr. Andrews laid out a scientifically solid, logically valid and Biblically legitimate apologetical argument in a fresh and exciting way. I've read many apologetics books and would rate this among the best. I am thankful for this wonderful book. Again, I would encourage you to get it. You can find it on Amazon.
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