Jim Stump
Felicia Wu Song

Reprogramming Humanity: A Closer Look at Technology and Ethics

Date:August 13, 2022
Time:7:00 pm
Reprogramming Humanity

Before You Read ...

Dear reader,

Belief in God is plummeting. From research, we know a primary driver behind a loss of faith among young people is the church’s rejection of science. To put it bluntly: Young people aren’t leaving the faith because of science, they’re leaving because they’ve been told to choose between science and God. That’s why BioLogos exists—to show that science and faith can work hand-in-hand. And although the challenge is clearly daunting, our work is having an impact!

As a nonprofit, we rely on the generosity of grassroots donors like you to reach those who are being told, “It’s God or evolution!” or “It’s God or vaccines!” or “It’s God or science!” In this urgent moment, we need your help to continue to produce resources such as this.

From the smartphones in our pockets, to cutting-edge techniques in gene editing, the tools of science are creating technological breakthroughs that change our world—and even ourselves.

While many of these impacts are good, others are deeply concerning, raising important questions about human identity, purpose, and hope.

On Saturday, August 13, Westmont professor and sociologist Felicia Wu Song and BioLogos Vice President and philosopher Jim Stump will bring together faith and science for a closer look at the blessings, questions, and perils of technology.

Live stream participants will be able to submit and upvote questions for the Q&A following the talks.