I was too late in formulating my question to be able to ask it at John Lennox's recent lecture at UPC in Seattle. I was going to ask him whether and to what extent he believed the generally accepted scientific narratives of the history of the universe, the earth, and man were consistent with the Bible.
I thought it a meaningful and relevant question to ask him because he regularly engages in dialogue and debates with atheist philosophers and scientists, and therefore he is likely to have a well-informed opinion, and one he has put a great deal of thought and criticism into.
Fortunately I was able to speak with him afterwards, and his response was to direct me to his latest book, which I ordered as soon as I got home (they had sold out of copies there before the lecture ended).
It was a very quick read, and densely packed with information and analysis. I highly recommend it to anyone who desires to engage in a grown-up discussion of the Genesis creation account and the controversy between creation and evolution.