Dr. Karl Giberson is a leading scholar, author, and lecturer in the area of science and religion. He is the author of nine books (one of which was recognized by The Washington Post as a “Best of 2008″ book), and more than 200 articles (appearing in the New York Times, USA Today, Discover, salon.com, edge.org, Weekly Standard, The Guardian, and elsewhere). He is currently an active blogger for the Huffington Post and is a popular speaker who has lectured about science and religion nationally and internationally at such venues as the Vatican, MIT, and Oxford University.
GCF, in conjunction with Graduate and Faculty Ministries, Canterbury Colorado, and Scientists in Congregations, is excited to present a community lecture by this esteemed thinker.
Are Science and Religion at War?
Many say it’s not possible to be an authentic Christian and, at the same time, a legitimate scientist. From prominent scientists like Richard Dawkins, to many preachers across the country, to pop culture fare such as The Simpsons, South Park, and Family Guy, we hear that scientists can’t be people of sincere faith. But is this really the case? Are science and religion fundamentally incompatible?
Come hear Dr. Giberson answer with an emphatic, “No!”
All are welcome for this lively lecture followed by Q&A
Wednesday, October 10
7:00 p.m. | Duane G1B30
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