Science Through the Eyes of Faith Conference
Examining the Relationship Between Science and Faith
Join us at Greenville University November 8-10, 2019 for a weekend of exploring this relationship with internationally recognized speakers.
Saturday, November 9
7:45 AM – Continental Breakfast
8:30 AM – Dr. Jeff Schloss, Westmont College (“Cosmos or Chaos?: Evolution, Theism, and the Question of a Good Creation”)
9:25 AM – Dr. Bill Phillips, NIST, Nobel Laureate (“Ordinary Faith, Ordinary Science”)
10:35 AM – Rev. Leonard Vander Zee, Faith Alive Christian Resources (“From Stardust to the New Jerusalem: Preaching the Gospel in an Evolving Universe”)
11:30 AM – Dr. Kent Dunnington, Biola University (“Intellectual Humility and Incentivized Belief”)
11:55 AM – Dr. Paul Stroble, Webster University (“Seeing God in the Galapagos”)
12:30 PM – Lunch
1:45 PM – Dr. Eleonore Stump, St. Louis University (“The Problem of Suffering: A Thomistic Approach”)
2:45 PM – Dr. Fred Van Dyke, Au Sable Institute
4:00 PM – Panel Discussion: “The Problem of Suffering in Nature”
6:00 PM – Dinner
7:30 PM – Public Lecture: Dr. Howard Smith, Harvard-Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics (“Are We Alone in the Universe?”)
Public lectures, keynote speakers and panel discussions from experts in various scientific fields and religious backgrounds.
Connecting individuals from a wide range of experiences to analyze the complex relationship of science and faith.
Analyzing perspectives, ideas and issues informed by foundational truths and contemporary developments.
Saturday, November 9 at 8:00am
Whitlock Music Center, Auditorium
101-199 North Elm Street, Greenville, IL 62246, USA