Science and Faith: Contemporary Challenges . October 29 to 31, 2016
About the course
In different contexts, science and faith have been presented as entities in conflict. Because of that, opportunities for dialogue and integration have been lost, causing damage and frustration to people linked to both areas. Even more, this image of conflict can also generate a limited and biased view of the universe in which we live.
Thanks to the Faraday Institute for Science and Religion , we offer to the Chilean community this course in which we will discuss different topics related to the integration of Science and Christian Faith.
The course is aimed at students in higher education, professionals in science, pastors and theology students, in addition to the general public. In short, all who are interested in learning about concrete examples of integration between science and faith, from theological, scientific, philosophical and historical reflections.
We will have translation to english during Spanish lectures.
The course will take place in Santiago, at Schöenstatt sanctuary in La Florida (near Vicente Valdes metro station, at the end of the green line 5). See the map here.
After paying the fees, you have to fill this form in order to complete your registration.
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Ph.D., University of Navarra, Spain. Lawyer. Professor at St. Thomas University.
Carlos Sierra Lechuga
Ph. D.(c) in Philosophy, Pontifical Catholic University of Valparaiso.
Ph. D. in Ecology and Evolutionary Biology, University of Chile. Professor, University of Los Lagos.
Ph. D. of Theology, Cambridge University. Profesor of Theology Cambridge University.
Course Director of the Faraday Institute.
José Luis Gaete
Child and Adolescent Psychiatrist.
Ph. D. in Pharmacology, Cambridge University, UK. Professor of Biochemistry, University of Southampton (UK). Associate Director of the Faraday Institute.
Ph. D. in Physics, Universidad Michoacana de San Nicolás de Hidalgo, Mexico. Director of Electronic Journal “Reason and Christian Thought”
Degree in History, Pontifical Catholic University of Chile.
Ph. D. in Molecular Biology, Albert Einstein College of Medicine, New York, USA. Professor, School of Biological Sciences. Pontifical Catholic University of Chile.