FAITH AND SCIENCE
Sundays, January 6 – February 17 – Meets in Fellowship Hall – 8:45 am
Through the centuries, there seems to have been a tension between faith and science. As scientific discoveries have expanded our knowledge of the world, people of faith have had to wrestle with how to reconcile these findings with historic interpretations of cosmology, biology, human sexuality and more. Do faith and science stand as opposing points of view or are they truly complementary once understood to attempts to answer basic questions of humanity and the universe?
Join David and Dayna Paxton as they lead a discussion about the meeting of faith and science guided by a curriculum produced by the Presbyterian Church (USA). The six-week class seeks to touch upon some of the “hot button” topics of the day from biological evolution to human sexuality. Each participant receives a free booklet and is encouraged to read a brief introduction for each week’s discussion.
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