Beyond ‘Design’: Evolutionary Biology and a Theology of Preservation
This evening lecture with David Robinson on November 28 is part of our Fall 2018 Interface Faith and Science Lecture Series.
Appeals to an original “design” in nature have faced significant criticism from both evolutionary biology and Protestant theology since the nineteenth century. This lecture surveys the two most enduring criticisms in order to articulate a theology of preservation fit for the “Anthropocene”—our present age of reckoning with the irreparable effect of human designs on the biosphere.
This lecture is free of charge.
This lecture series is supported by a generous grant from the John Templeton Foundation.
Regent College Chapel
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