Our summer faith and science series on Origins continues on June 10 with a presentation and discussion about worldviews and science.
As individuals, we integrate our religious, political, and social beliefs along with the facts that we have learned by living in the world into a worldview that we answer life’s questions with.
Science is also an organization of our observations and knowledge of the world. How do scientists; who come from a complete spectrum of faiths, parts of society, and walks of life; look at nature and the universe through their personal worldview glasses and arrive at the same conclusion? How can science be explained to the public when they have an even broader spectrum of worldviews without the training in the area being discussed?
These questions will lead to a discussion of nature, the observations of nature, the scientific method, experiments, theories, and how our faiths are intertwined with pursuit of science.
The Los Alamos Faith and Science Forum summer series began June 3 and continues every Wednesday through the end of July at Kelly Hall at Trinity on the Hill. Dinner will be provided at 6 p.m., with a presentation at 6:30 p.m. and discussion at 7 p.m., ending around 8 p.m. Discussion topics follow the book Origins by Deborah and Loren Haarsma, who will visit the first week of August and give presentations Aug. 4-6. All are welcome.
More information can be found here.