C.S. Lewis Seminar on God to Feature ID/Darwin Debate
|June 23, 2014||Posted by News under Intelligent Design, Darwinism, News|
Reader Tom Woodward kindly writes to say:
Students from across the US, including college level as well as upper level high school students, will converge on Trinity College, Tampa Bay, on July 20th, to discuss new developments in the debate over Darwinism. This will be a key part of “Knowing God in a Skeptical Age” –a C.S. Lewis Honors Seminar focused on the existence and nature of God. The 30-hour seminar will confront several claims made by leaders of the New Atheism, including the claim that scientific advances have made atheism “almost certainly true.”
Co-taught by Professors Eric Bargerhuff and Tom Woodward of Trinity College, it is co-sponsored by the C.S. Lewis Society and features C.S. Lewis’s thought on the issues of Darwinism and design. Joining the class via Skype will be Stephen Meyer, Jonathan Wells, and Douglas Groothuis. The seminar runs from Monday, July 21 to Friday, July 25 in Trinity, Florida (at the north end of Tampa Bay). Fees are $500 for auditors or $783 for 3 hours of college credit (room and board is $300; limited scholarship funds are available). For more info or 727-642-8574.
Maybe they will also address growing interest in exploring non-Darwinian evolution.
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