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Featured speaker Richard Mouw

ONLINE: Understanding Transhumanism

10September
Date and Time:September 10, 2021 — 1:30 PM to 2:30 PM EST
Location:, Virtual, ,
Organizer:Trinity Forum
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10September
Former BioLogos board member Richard Mouw will be presenting with Rosalind Picard for a conversation titled “Understanding Transhumanism” as a part of the Trinity Forum series “Discovery and Doxology,” in partnership with Church of the Advent, on Friday, September 10th.
“In this Online Conversation, theologian and author Richard Mouw and scholar and inventor Rosalind Picard will discuss how to think wisely about transhumanism. Rapid developments in artificial intelligence and other emerging technologies can add confusion to the existential questions of who we are and why we are here. Through this conversation, Mouw and Picard will explore the potential benefits and cautions of these technologies and thoughtfully examine the philosophical foundation of transhumanism.”
This event is co-hosted by Trinity Forum, BioLogos & Church of the Advent.

Featured speaker

Richard Mouw

Richard Mouw

Richard J. Mouw is a senior research fellow at the Henry Institute for the Study of Religion and Politics at Calvin University (Grand Rapids, MI). Previously, Mouw served as the President of Fuller Theological Seminary (1993-2013) and directed their Institute of Faith and Public Life (2013-2020). His initial career in academia began at Calvin College, where he taught philosophy from 1968 to 1985. A graduate of Houghton College, Richard received his Ph.D. in philosophy from the University of Chicago. He is the author of 19 books, including Restless Faith: Holding Evangelical Beliefs in a World of Contested Labels. He has participated on many councils and editorial boards, serving a term as president of the Association of Theological Schools and six years as cochair of the official Reformed-Catholic Dialogue. In 2007, Princeton Theological Seminary awarded him the Abraham Kuyper Prize for Excellence in Reformed Theology and Public Life.