Has science disproved God? Or do new scientific discoveries actually provide compelling support for faith? According to a recent survey, 55% of American adults believe that “science and religion [are] often in conflict.” This same attitude can be found among young adults. Nearly a third of young adults with a Christian background say “churches are out of step with the scientific world we live in,” and a quarter of them think “Christianity is anti-science.”
Join us on Sun., Sept. 21, 2014, from 4 to 6 p.m. as LACAC hosts a worldwide simulcast event on the intersection between science and faith. We invite you to join us for dinner afterwards! ($5 suggested donation). Please RSVP to Keone Pang, email@example.com.
The simulcast will feature renowned Oxford University Professor John Lennox and New York Times bestselling author Stephen Meyer, two of today’s leading speakers and writers on the intersection between science and faith. The simulcast will be emceed by bestselling author Eric Metaxas.
Questions to be addressed during the simulcast include:
- Has science disproved God?
- Are science and faith really in conflict?
- Just how “scientific” are the claims of leading atheists?
- Are human beings the result of an unguided Darwinian process?
- Does nature supply evidence of intelligent design?
For more background and details on speakers, you can download the flier here, or visit http://incastevents.com/portfolio/science-and-faith/.
This event is sponsored by the Center for Science and Culture at Discovery Institute, a non-partisan, non-profit research and educational organization that supports the research of scientists and other scholars who believe nature supplies evidence of intelligent design. For more information, visit http://www.discovery.org/csc or http://www.intelligentdesign.org.