Category Archives: Events

Schedule for the November meeting, “Fifty years of science/faith interaction: A Tribute to Bob Newman”

To register for this event, go to this link. Friday night, November 5. Dinner for full and contributing members. Contact the organizers for details. Saturday, November 6. Venue: Trinity Presbyterian Church, Charlottesville, Virginia. (For directions see this page.) The event … Continue reading

Astrophysics, Biblical Interpretation, Ethics, Events

Review of the October meeting (Videos now available online!)

Review of the meeting on “Is the Natural World Good or Bad?” October 24, 2020 David Snoke, University of Pittsburgh The recordings are now available online of all the talks. To access the videos for free, if you are a … Continue reading

Biblical Interpretation, Creation, Darwinism, Dysteleology, Events, Problem of evil

Details of the upcoming meeting on “Is the natural world good or bad?”

We are excited to announce our upcoming one-day seminar slated for this coming Saturday, October 24, from 10:00 AM to 4:00 PM Eastern US time. The title will be “Is the natural world good or bad?” and will address the … Continue reading

Apologetics, Creation, Darwinism, Events, Problem of evil, Theology

comments on Hugh Ross’s talk

By Brett van de Sande, member I was thinking a bit about Hugh Ross’ fine-tuning argument.  Essentially, he is saying that any instance of fine-tuning is a good thing and that it is best explained by a personal creator.  The … Continue reading

Apologetics, Astrophysics, Cosmology, Events

Program for the Annual Meeting in April (Webinar Only): Final Update

The annual meeting will be held on Tuesday and Wednesday, April 21-22, 2020. The theme will be “Does Anyone Come to Christian Faith by a Rational Process?” Once again we have a top-notch set of speakers. The meeting will be … Continue reading

Apologetics, Cosmology, Darwinism, Events