The Matheny Lecture 2006
The Medieval Origins of Modern Science
Dr. David C. Lindberg
Hilldale Professor Emeritus, University of Wisconsin – Madison, Department of History of Science.
Author of The Beginnings of Western Science University of Chicago Press, 1991; and editor of (with Ronald Numbers) God and Nature: Historical Essays on the Encounter Between Christianity and Science University of California Press, 1986; and When Science and Christianity Meet University of Chicago Press, 2003.

April 5, 3pm SU Theater
“The Medieval Myth of the Flat Earth.” Part of a panel discussion with SLU faculty members Drs. Jeff Bell and Andrew Traver

April 5, 7:30pm at St. Albert’s Student Center at SLU
"The Florentine Heretic?  Galileo, the Church, and the Cosmos."

April 6, 3pm SU Theater
"The Medieval Church Encounters the Classical Tradition: St. Augustine and Roger Bacon."

Admission Free
Sponsored by: Departments of Biology, Chemistry & Physics, Communications, History & Political Science, Psychology, Sociology & Criminal Justice, The Presbyterian Campus Ministry Board, St. Albert’s Student Center and the Metanexus Institute for Religion and Science.