Has Science Made Religion Redundant? W/ Q&A: Is God Relevant?

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Has Science made Religion Redundant? w/ Q & A: Is God Relevant? Series (www.relevantseries.com). Includes Free Lunch.

Many people today hold the belief that science explains everything. We shall see that science has explained a great deal less than many believe, both in the natural and supernatural aspects of reality. Furthermore, it appears that logic entails a supernatural origin for nature and the laws of physics that govern nature. That being the case, God appears to be the foundation of science; He makes science possible. We shall then explore the idea that if God exists and can be known, science may be a very poor tool to tell us much about the spiritual reality that surrounds us.


KIRK DURSTION is a scientist and a philosopher with a PhD in Biophysics (University of Guelph), an MA in Philosophy (University of Manitoba), a BSc in Mechanical Engineering, and a BSc in Physics (University of Manitoba). His work involves a significant amount of time thinking, writing and speaking about the interaction of science, theology and philosophy within the context of authentic Christianity. He has published peer reviewed articles in both science and philosophy journals.

Kirk has been married for 35 years to Patti and they have six children and three grandchildren. He enjoys landscape photography, antiques of various types, wilderness canoeing and camping, fly fishing, amateur astronomy, reading, and enjoying family and friends.


DARIUS RACKUS has an M.Sci in Natural Sciences and an M.Sc in Chemistry and Biological Sciences from the University of Durham in the U.K. Currently, he is a PhD candidate in the Department of Chemistry at the University of Toronto. His research is in developing lab-on-a-chip technologies for protein-based diagnostics. He is also an active member of the Network of Christian Scholars, an organization that seeks to encourage Christian academics in their work, to equip churches with academic resources, and to engage the academic community with the claims of Christianity.

PETER KUPISZ received his MA in the History and Philosophy of Science from the University of Toronto and also an MA in Philosophy of Religion and Ethics from Biola University. While living in South Korea he started a popular Facebook page called Mars Summit which now has a sister site called Mars Valley – Canadian Students. He enjoys studying a variety of issues and interacting with people of many different religions and worldviews. Having recently joined Power to Change staff, his vision is to combine social media interaction with real-life student discussions on the big questions.

For a list of all the events happening in the weeklong Is God Relevant? Series go here: www.relevantseries.com.
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By: Power to Change - University of Toronto

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