Category Archives: Human exceptionalism
I’ve heard a lot of positive feedback from those who attended the meeting on Saturday. For those who missed it, the video should be available in a few weeks. Here are some of my impressions and responses. We heard good … Continue reading
Schedule and details for the May 29 meeting on “Is there intelligent life in outer space? What are the stakes?”
“Is there intelligent life in outer space? What are the stakes?” May 29, 2021. Webinar only. To register, go to this page. All times Eastern Time 10:00 AM Bijan Nemati “Waiting for ETI: A Christian Scientific Perspective on Extra-Terrestrial Intelligence” … Continue reading
The theme was “human exceptionalism”; for a review of the talks see this post. The videos and slides for the talks are available at this link. You must be a member to access this page.
The annual was great fun for all for attended, with controversial and stimulating talks and robust discussion as always. Several attendees wished that these meetings could happen more often! This was our largest meeting yet, with about 60 people in … Continue reading
Friday, April 7 7:00 P.M. Registration 7:30 P.M. Opening remarks by David Snoke, president of the CSS. “What is Human Exceptionalism?” 8:00 P.M. C. John Collins. “You are a Human Animal” Theologians have offered several competing interpretations of “the image of … Continue reading