As scientific and technological advances are put into practice, our society faces increasingly difficult faith and science challenges. The 2014 conference “Genesis and Genetics” addressed such topics as:
- Genetic insights into human origins.
- Evidence of God in the Cosmos.
- Fossil evidences for design.
- Genetic determinism & moral responsibility.
- Embryonic stem cell issues.
- Perspectives on a historical Adam & Eve.
The Faith & Science Conference provides ministry leaders, teachers, students and lay people with numerous resources to deal with these issues at a time when congregations are becoming more and more scientifically literate. The sessions will be presented by Christian experts in the fields of theology, philosophy, and science.
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Videos of most of the plenary and the breakout sessions will be available late August/early September on this Web site. Please be watching for details!
John Lennox - Professor of Mathematics, University of Oxford
Doug Axe - Director, Biologic Institute
Jennifer Wiseman - Director, Dialogue on Science, Ethics and Religion, American Association for the Advancement of Science
James T. Bradford - General Secretary of the Assemblies of God
Matthew S. Stanford - Professor of psychology, neuroscience, and biomedical studies at Baylor University
Steve Krstulovich - Lead Engineer, Fermi National Accelerator Laboratory (Fermilab)
Robert White Professor of molecular biology and medical genetics at Kansas City University of Medicine & Biosciences
Mike Tenneson - Professor of biology at Evangel University
Steve Badger - Retired Professor of chemistry at Evangel University