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Science & the God of Abraham

Believers in the God of Abraham - the theistic Creator-God of the Jewish, Christian, and Islamic tradition - face the challenge of integrating their faith with a scientific understanding of the universe. This week-long series of lectures will explore the relationship between faith and science, often treating the Christian roots of modern science and the coherence of scientific discovery and Christian doctrine. This series is also part of the Faith and Reason Institute's Catholic Intellectual Tradition Project. 

Calendar:


2015 Spring Events:

'Born of Woman': Biology and the Incarnation 

 

Ø  Wednesday, April 8th, 7pm: Lecture by Dr. Catherine Tkacz

  • Barbieri Courtroom, Gonzaga School of Law
  • Title: "The Incarnation and the Resanctification of Women"

 

Ø  Thursday, April 9th, 7pm: Lecture by Dr. Katherin Rogers

  • Barbieri Courtroom, Gonzaga School of Law
  • Title: "Anselm, Salvation, and the Biological Necessity of Mary"



Ø  Friday, April 10th, 7pm: Lecture by Dr. Catherine Tkacz

  • Barbieri Courtroom, Gonzaga School of Law
  • Title: "Genetics, Embryology, and the Body of Christ"
  • Response given by Fr. Paul S. Vevik

*All lectures are free and open to the public

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