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I Believe (w/ Dr Brian Miller)

  • Washington State University Vancouver Firstenburg Student Commons Vancouver, WA, 98686 United States (map)

Is science in conflict with spirituality?
Explore the evidence for design in nature.

Seattle-based scientist and researcher, Dr. Brian Miller, will discuss different perspectives on the interrelationship between faith and science. He will also describe how advances in science over the past several decades have brought awareness of the appearance of design throughout nature. In addition, he will explain how scientific theories based on atheistic versions of evolution and cosmology have increasingly proven incapable of explaining the recent observations in physics and biology. Finally, special topics will be addressed, such as the danger of appealing to the God of the Gaps and the implications of the faith-science dialogue in society. 

Dr. Miller received his BS in physics from MIT and his PhD in physics from Duke University. He provides technical consulting for a Nashville based invention guide, and has served as an organizational consultant for a wide range of companies. He was also a technical consultant for the book God’s Not Dead which shaped the movie by the same title. Dr. Miller speaks internationally on the topics of intelligent design and on the impact that both scientific and spiritual world views have in society. 

This is FREE on-campus event.
Refreshments will be provided.

Event location:
Firstenburg Student Commons 105 (south side)
Campus Map HERE

Earlier Event: January 11
Grace City Worship Night
Later Event: January 23