Has a scientific explaination of the universe replaced the need for God as cause of its origins? Could life on our planet exist apart from divine intervention? Is there evidence for a designer?
On March 19th, three big thinkers, well-known in their various fields, will be together for the first time, on the stage at the University of Toronto’s Convocation Hall discussing God, science and the universe:
Questions like these will be posed to the panel:
- Lawrence M. Krauss World-renowned Theoretical Physicist
- Stephen C. Meyer Cambridge educated author and intelligent design advocate
- Denis O. Lamoureux Science and Religion professor from the University of Alberta
You are invited to live-stream this event via YouTube at your venue free of charge. Once you register as an event host, Wycliffe College and our partners will be happy to provide you with promotional and follow-up material to help make your event a success.
- How did the universe originate?
- Does God play any role in the cosmos?
- What is the relationship between science and religion?
As evidenced by our sponsors, this is an opportunity that spans the diverse interests and questions of the scientist, the scholar, the layperson, the young and the old, and the Atheist, Agnostic and Christian. Our goal is to be a catalyst in starting conversations around our country on issues of faith and their intersection with broader society.
Join thousands in Toronto and around the globe to take part in this rare and exciting opportunity.
Monday, February 22, 2016
God, Science, and the Universe
Religion and Society Series - God, Science and the Universe.