Ambrose University and the CSCA present a lecture by Denis Lamoureux (Associate Professor of Science and Religion, St. Joseph’s College, University of Alberta). Beyond the “Evolution” vs. “Creation” Debate FREE PUBLIC LECTURE Airhart Theater, Ambrose University 150 Ambrose Circle SW, Calgary, AB Abstract: Are there only two positions on origins: either “evolution” or “creation”? This lecture is an introduction to professional terminology, science-religion dialogue, and various views on origins (young earth creation, progressive creation, evolutionary creation, deistic evolution, and atheistic evolution). Lecturer also shares his personal voyage in this debate. Denis O. Lamoureux is an Associate Professor of Science and Religion at St. Joseph’s …

CSCA, The Gathering Evangelical Covenant Church, and Providence University College present a lecture by Denis Lamoureux (Associate Professor of Science and Religion, St. Joseph’s College, University of Alberta). Beyond the “Evolution” vs. “Creation” Debate FREE PUBLIC LECTURE Location: Room 118, St. John’s College, University of Manitoba With Refreshments! Abstract: Are there only two positions on origins: either “evolution” or “creation”? This lecture is an introduction to professional terminology, science-religion dialogue, and various views on origins (young earth creation, progressive creation, evolutionary creation, deistic evolution, and atheistic evolution). Lecturer also shares his personal voyage in this debate. Denis O. Lamoureux is an Associate Professor of …

TWU Richmond, the Institute for Christian Apologetics, and the CSCA present a lecture by Barth Netterfield (Astronomy and Astrophysics, University of Toronto). FREE PUBLIC LECTURE TWU Richmond Campus (ROOM TBA) 305-5900 Minoru Blvd. Richmond, BC V6X 0L9 (TWU Richmond is an 8-minute walk from either Lansdowne or Richmond-Brighouse stations on the Canada Line.) Dr. Barth Netterfield, who is the leading cosmologist in the Department of Astronomy and Astrophysics at the University of Toronto, is a devoted Christian for whom the study of the stars and distant galaxies increases his awe and wonder at the majesty of the Creator. Not long …

CSCA, Providence University College, and The Gathering Evangelical Covenant Church present a lecture by Denis Lamoureux (Associate Professor of Science and Religion, St. Joseph’s College, University of Alberta). Beyond the “Evolution” vs. “Creation” Debate FREE PUBLIC LECTURE – Response Panel to follow Location: Lecture Theatre, Providence University College Abstract: Are there only two positions on origins: either “evolution” or “creation”? This lecture is an introduction to professional terminology, science-religion dialogue, and various views on origins (young earth creation, progressive creation, evolutionary creation, deistic evolution, and atheistic evolution). Lecturer also shares his personal voyage in this debate. Denis O. Lamoureux is an Associate Professor of Science …

CSCA, Providence University College, Steinbach EMC, and The Gathering Evangelical Covenant Church present a lecture by Denis Lamoureux (Associate Professor of Science and Religion, St. Joseph’s College, University of Alberta). Beyond the “Evolution” vs. “Creation” Debate FREE PUBLIC LECTURE Location: Steinbach EMC, 422 Main St., Steinbach, MB With Refreshments! Abstract: Are there only two positions on origins: either “evolution” or “creation”? This lecture is an introduction to professional terminology, science-religion dialogue, and various views on origins (young earth creation, progressive creation, evolutionary creation, deistic evolution, and atheistic evolution). Lecturer also shares his personal voyage in this debate. Denis O. Lamoureux is an Associate Professor of Science …

CSCA presents a lecture by Chris Barrigar (Ph.D. Philosophy, McGill). FREE PUBLIC EVENT “God’s Agape/Probability Design for the Universe” Location: Trinity Western University, 7600 Glover Road, Langley, BC This lecture focuses on Chapter 2 of Barrigar’s new book, Freedom All The Way Up: God and the Meaning of Life in a Scientific Age, giving a new account of God’s design-strategy for creation. Chris contends that traditional accounts give inadequate attention to why God would create a universe with such features as randomness, probabilistic physics, thermodynamics, and massively-large numbers (such as stars and neurons): these are not accidental side-effects of God’s creative work, but rather …