Where: Center for Faculty Excellence, Seminar Room (103), Tinsley
When: Thursdays 12:30-1:30 (check below for actual meeting dates)
Why: For stimulating discussion of Science & Religion (and good food).
Who: All interested faculty, staff, and students welcome
Schedule of Meetings:
(1) Thurs. 2/9: Dr. Matt Rossano, Dept of Psychology, SLU, “A Thomistic approach to science and religion: Optimistic agnosticism.”
(2) Thurs. 2/23: Dr. Jim Walter, Director SLU Honors Program, "Theology of the Body in John Paul II's Hermeneutic Perspective on Genesis 1-2."
(3) Thurs. 3/9: James Myers, MA student Department of Psychology “The relationship of Eastern Religions and Western Science”
(4) Thurs. 3/23: Rev. Dr. Randy Davis, Pastor Trinity Baptist Church, Hammond. “Religion and Science through the eyes of C.S. Lewis”
(5) Thurs. 4/6: Dr. Matt Rossano, Dept. of Psychology,
SLU “The condemnations of 1277 and the emergence of science.”
(6) Thurs. 4/27: Dr. Don Johnson, retired, Naval Research Lab, Stennis Space Center, "Extrapolators and Interpolators will be burned at the stake after the lecture?"
(7) Thurs. 5/4: Dr. Ronnie Rombs, Dept. of Theology, St. Joseph
Abbey and Seminary College. "Religious Faith and the Age of Science: Antony
Flew's 'Invisible Gardener' and God's Action in the World."
* As always the lunch is free *