Common Ground on Science and Faith: A Theologian and a Scientist in Dialogue (Video)

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From left: Pastor Peter Jonker, Praveen Sethupathy, Richard Mouw, and President Deb Haarsma.
Several weeks ago, at a public event with over 400 attendees, we posed the question, Do science and Christian faith have something to offer to each other, and to the world around us, or are these pursuits locked in separate worlds, achieving an uneasy truce at best? At La Grave Christian Reformed Church in downtown Grand Rapids, a leading scientist and a leading theologian answered that question in a profound, deeply engaging way. 
 
With presentations by Cornell geneticist Praveen Sethupathy and influential theologian Rich Mouw, the discussion showed that "harmony" between science and faith is not simply the absence of conflict, but the presence of a rich resonance that fuels curiosity, learning, and worship. Their presentations centered around the experience of delight—both the delight of the Creator in forming all his creatures, and the echoing delight of the scientist in exploring those creations through the tools of modern science. 
 
We hope you'll take a few minutes to watch this video and share it with others. This was a truly special event, and one of the most powerful that we've had the privilege of organizing here at BioLogos. We hope you find yourself as moved, informed, and inspired as those of us in the room were!

 

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