Creatures of God: Theological Anthropology in the Context of Evolution – a Catholic-Evangelical Dialogue
This symposium is comprised of two keynote lectures and two panel discussions with leading theologians, pastors, and scholars on the subject of human nature, evolutionary biology, sin, and theological anthropology. It will be a day of scholarship and informed dialogue on topics that engage theologians, philosophers, and scientists who seek a critical coherence of faith with science.
The event is free and open to all (lunch included)
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Gerald McKenny: “Biotechnology, Evolution, and the Normative Status of Human Nature”
Oliver Crisp: “Evolution, Original Sin, and Human Nature”
Along with panelists from:
Wycliffe College, Emmanuel, Knox and Regis College
The symposium is co-sponsored by Wycliffe College and the BioLogos Foundation (biologos.org). This symposium is sponsored by a research grant led by Dr. Paul Allen of Concordia University in Montreal.