Conference tracks are:
(1) Biological, Biomedical, and Health Sciences
(2) Engineering and Technology
(3) Environmental Sciences and Sustainability
(4) Historical, Philosophical, and Theological Studies of Faith and Science
(5) Physical and Molecular Sciences / Astronomy and Cosmology
(6) Psychological, Behavioral, and Social Sciences.
University students, professors, and professionals in these STEM fields are invited to join us in “Pursuing Science and Christian Faith for Human Flourishing”! For more information, please visit www.fb.com/cofasasu.
The Conference on Faith and Science (COFAS) at ASU will begin on Friday, March 22, at 7:30 p.m. in the Senita Ballroom of the Student Pavilion. The opening keynote talks on “Pursuing Science and Christian Faith for Human Flourishing” will be presented by University of Delaware Physics Professor Stephen Barr, President of the Society of Catholic Scientists and California Baptist University Engineering Professor Leslie Wickman, Executive Director of the American Scientific Affiliation (ASA). Free and open to the public. For more information, please visit www.fb.com/cofasasu.
The 2019 Veritas Forum at ASU will feature Howard University Professors Georgia Dunston (National Human Genome Center) and Philip Kurian (Quantum Biology Laboratory) speaking on “Learning the Sacred Language of Life, Light, and Liberation: The Legacy of the Human Genome Project, The Promise of Quantum Biology.” For more information, please see www.veritas.org/asu and www.facebook.com/asuveritas.
On Tuesday, January 31, at 7:30 p.m., Ravi Zacharias and Vince Vitale will speak on “Jesus Among Secular Gods” in the Arizona Ballroom of the ASU Memorial Union in Tempe. This is a free event without tickets, but a current ASU I.D. is required. Livestream viewing sites will be at all ASU campuses, as well as Grand Canyon University and churches around Arizona. For updated information on livestream sites, please see www.FearlessQ.com/RaviAZ.
Is Reality Secular?
Testing the Assumptions of Four Global Worldviews
Tuesday, February 17
The Great Hall
ASU College of Law
Thursday, February 19
hosted by CRU in BAC 116
Friday, February 20
11:30 a.m.-1:00 p.m.
Campus Christian Center
1034 S. Mill Avenue
Professor Poplin (Ph.D., Univ. of Texas) joined Claremont in 1985 and was Dean in 2000-4. Her Summit on Accountability and Social Justice addressed closing the achievement gap between rich and poor and between racial and ethnic groups. She has authored “Voices from the Inside: A Report on Schooling from Inside the Classroom.” Recently, she has begun to work on the application of the intel-lectual, social, and psychological principles of the Judeo-Christian worldview as they apply to higher education. Poplin has published two books: Is Reality Secular? Testing the Assumptions of Four Global Worldviews and Finding Calcutta: What Mother Teresa Taught Me about Meaningful Work and Service.
Sponsors: African Students Forum, Alpha, Arizona Center for Christian Studies, Arizona Christian University, Aslan Society, Athletes in Action, Campus Christian Center, Chi Alpha, Christian Challenge, Christian Legal Society, Christians in Commerce, Church on Mill, Community Ministries International, Cru, Elijah’s Cave, Friends of Internationals, Fuller Seminary, Gatekeepers Watch, Grace Community Church, Graduate Christian Fellowship, Greek InterVarsity, Intercollegiate Studies Institute, International Bible Church, International Friendship House, InterVarsity Multiethnic Ministry, LoveASU, Navigators, Quo Vadis Bookstore, Phoenix Seminary, Ratio Christi, Reasons to Believe, Ten40 Church, The Faithful City, TruthSeekers, and YoungLife.
For more information contact Jim Pourchot 602-471-5489, firstname.lastname@example.org.
Join us for this free special event with N.T. Wright speaking on “The Resurrection of Jesus” on Monday, April 28, at 7:30 p.m. (doors open at 6:30 p.m.) in the Great Hall at the ASU College of Law (1100 S. McAllister Ave. in Tempe; http://www.asu.edu/map/
A Panel: “When Science Meets Religion: Enemies, Strangers, or Partners?” will be held at ASU, featuring Dr. Ted Davis, as part of the Colloquium and Conversation on Religion, Ethics and Science. Dr. Davis is Historian of Science at Messiah College in Pennsylvania and a member of the International Society for Science and Religion. There will be an interfaith panel discussion with ASU faculty who are members of ISSR. Read More »
Join us for A Colloquium and Conversation on Religion, Ethics and Science featuring Dr. Ted Davis, Historian of Science at Messiah College in Pennsylvania and a member of the International Society for Science and Religion.
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