Human Uniqueness and the Image of God: Bridging Biology and Theology
through the Hebrew Concept of Election
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The fourteenth annual Goshen Religion and Science Conference will be held March 14-16, 2014 on the campus of Goshen College.
The speaker for this year's conference is Joshua M. Moritz, PhD, lecturer of Philosophical Theology and the Natural Sciences at the Graduate Theological Union in Berkeley, Adjunct Professor of Philosophy at the University of San Francisco, and Managing Editor of the journal Theology and Science. He has chosen “Human Uniqueness and the Image of God: Bridging Biology and Theology through the Hebrew Concept of Election” as the conference topic. His lecture topics are "Biblical Perspectives on Human Uniqueness", "Scientific Perspectives on Human Uniqueness", and "Created Equal to the Animals and Yet Elected as the Image of God".
More information can be found at MRSS Conferences and Events -> Goshen Conference on Science and Religion
Conference attendees may also be interested in the conference "What Darwin Didn't Change" at the University of Notre Dame March 13-14, 2014. More information can be found at http://whatdarwindidntchange.com/.
The Midwest Religion and Science Society (MRSS) is an organization dedicated to the dialog between Religion and Science. A primary interest of the MRSS is Religion and Consciousness.
The MRSS has local chapters at Andrews University (MI), Bluffton University (OH), Bethel College (IN), Goshen College (IN), Manchester College (IN), the University of Notre Dame (IN), and the University of St. Francis (IN). There are two major meetings of the MRSS each year, one at Goshen College (March) and one at Andrews University (October).