Tuesday, February 17, 2009

Grand Dialogue 2009

I'm pleased and excited to announce I will be speaking on March 14, along with Dr. Dennis Marshall, at the Grand Dialogue in Science and Religion Annual Conference 2009. Dr. Marshall teaches Theology at Aquinas College. As the website tells you, the "Grand Dialogue is an association of colleges, universities, and related organizations exploring the relationship between science and religion."

The Dialogue was started a few years ago and is held it at the beautiful Grand Valley State College campus near downtown Grand Rapids. There are links to maps for DeVos Hall. The "breakout sessions" which are the afternoon presentations, are listed from my link and in the top left list of the main page.

One more link to add today--from the Jan. 21 2009 New Scientist article "Why Darwin was wrong about the tree of life" by Graham Lawton. It talks about the new understanding gained by whole genome sequencing of organisms. This will be one theme of my part of the Dialogue presentation, combining these findings with the predictions of Intelligent Design Theory.

Hope you can make it!

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