Theology & Science Seminar
If you have any questions about the
schedule, or would like to attend any of the the lectures or debates,
contact Dan Messier at 617-847-5929 or email@example.com
Sunday, June 17th
Theology: Its History and Diversity"
and Differences Between Open Theism and
Jay Oord: "Similarities
and Differences Between Open Theology and
God Know the Future?" Philosophical Debate between Thomas Flint and
William Hasker (free
It All Begins: Cosmology, Creation, and Open Theism"
Van Till: "Cosmology
and Theology: Dialogue or Debate?"
Pinnock: "Open Theology: A Project of Love" (free
Friday, June 22nd
Mann: "Time and Eternity (A Physicist's Perspective)"
Stein: "Chemical Systems and the Emergence of Bio-Complexity:
Philosophical and Theological Musings of a Chemist" (at the Concord
11:00 a.m. Concord
Higgins: "Emerson's Quest for a Unified Theory of God"
Schloss: "The Contingency-Inevitability Debates in Evolutionary Theory:
Implications for Open Theology"
God Know the Future?" Biblical Debate between Karen Winslow and Randall
for participants on writing projects
Miller: "Biology, Openness, and Intelligent Design"
Miller, Anna Case Winters, and Karl Giberson: "God, Darwin, &
Design: The Struggle for America's Soul" (free
Evolution, and the Promise of Nature"
Relationality and Social Neuroscience: Implications for
and Love Between God and Humans"
God Know the Future?" Theological Debate between John Sanders and John
Jefferson Davis (free
Participants' Small-Group Criticism and Publishing Discussion
Polkinghorne: "God, Time, and Causality"
featuring remarks from John Polkinghorne: "The
Promise of Open
lecture, cost: $25, email
firstname.lastname@example.org by June 25th)