Making Sense of Our World

Matthew Wardrop (honours student – physics)
Emily Fang (3rd year student – biochemistry)
Dominic Balasuriya (honours student – computer science)
Robert Hannah (3rd year student – mathematics and physics)
David Rizzuto (3rd year student – computer science and mathematics)

How you live is largely determined by how you physically and spiritually make sense of the world around you. But how do you fit all the pieces together in this post-modern, relativistic society amidst all the different voices on the contradicting or complementing nature of science and religion?

To explore these questions, SciSoc and EUScience jointly invite you to discuss why you choose to reject or embrace Christianity with a panel fellow science students. Come along and hear their experiences, ask them questions and share your own ideas!

When 1:00pm-2:00pm, Wednesday, 5 May 2010
Where New Law School Seminar Room 107

Darwin and Intelligent Design

Professor Elliot Sober (University of Wisconsin-Madison)

Are evolutionary theory and belief in God necessarily in conflict?

Professor Elliott Sober addresses this question by considering what biologists mean by saying that mutations are “unguided”. He will also discuss Darwin’s views on God and Christianity.

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When 6:00pm-7:00pm
Thursday, 22 April 2010
Where New Law School Foyer