Conference on Science and Faith
April 13, 2012
The Westminster Conference on Science and Faith will be held this weekend, April 14th! Registration has closed, but stay tuned for information on upcoming DVDs and next year's conference.
The third annual Conference on Science and Faith will be held on April 14th, 2012, at the ACE Conference Center in the greater Philadelphia area. Speakers include Westminster professors Rev. Dr. Vern Poythress, Rev. Dr. David Garner, Rev. Dr. K. Scott Oliphint, and Rev. Dr. William Edgar; as well as CCEF counselors Dr. Edward Welch and Dr. Michael Emlet. Early-bird registration runs now until March 16th.
Does modern biology support or undercut human uniqueness? Are the discoveries of brain research compatible with personal responsibility? What does it really mean to be “created in the image of God?” And what are the social and ethical implications of our view of the human person? Explore these vital questions and more at the third annual Westminster Conference on Science and Faith to be held on April 14, 2012 at the ACE Conference Center in the greater Philadelphia area. Conference sessions will run from 8:45 am-5:15 pm and examine scientific evidence for human uniqueness, evolutionary claims about human origins, theological views of the image of God, the “blame it on the brain” mentality, and current conflicts over animal rights, euthanasia, and abortion.
Conference and Forum Registration
Friday Forum Registration: Admission to the Friday forum is free, but you must register because of limited space.
Saturday Conference Student Registration: High School, College, and Seminary Students can register for just $5, which includes lunch; they will need to show student ID upon check-in at the conference.