Wheaton Conference (March 26-27), on Science and Theology

For those interested, Wheaton’s Science Department is hosting a conference March 28–29 in the Coray Alumni Gym, entitled Evolutionary Theory: Implications for Science & Christian Belief. The conference is free, and includes nine speakers from a variety of disciplines dealing with Molecular Biology, Theology and the Origin of Humanity, and more.

Speakers include:

Michael J. Behe (Biology), Author of Darwin’s Black Box: The Biochemical Challenge to Evolution and The Edge of Evolution: The Search for the Limits of Darwinism.

Jack Collins (Old Testament), author of the books, The God of Miracles: An Exegetical Examination of God’s Action in the World; Science and Faith: Friends or Foes?; Genesis 1–4: a Linguistic, Literary, and Theological Commentary, and Did Adam and Eve Really Exist?: Who They Were and Why You Should Care.

Alvin Carl Plantinga (Philosophy), author of a number of books including God and Other Minds, The Nature of Necessity, and Warranted Christian Belief.

Also note: on March 27 at 4:15pm in Science Building 145 there is a pre-symposium Introductory Session designed to familiarize people with technical and scientific terms and concepts commonly used in discussions related to evolutionary theory and philosophy of science.

Go here to find more information on the speakers and schedule.

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3 Responses to Wheaton Conference (March 26-27), on Science and Theology

  1. Amy Hughes says:

    Wow, that sounds really cool. I wish I had more time to go to this kind of stuff.

  2. alxsteele says:

    What is the cost of the Symposium?

  3. Hank Voss says:

    As noted above, it is free!

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