Robert John Russell Panelist at Commonwealth Club Presentation on Science and Religion
October 9, 2007
CTNS Friends and Members in the San Francisco Bay Area may be interested in this panel discussion on science and religion at the Commonwealth Club this coming Tuesday evening.
CTNS Founder & Director and Professor of Theology and Science In-Residence, Robert John Russell will be one of the panelists.
We understand that this panel discussion will be recorded and may be aired on KQED radio FM at a later date but we don’t have that information.
Tuesday, October 9, 6:30-7:30 pm
"Science and Religion"
The Commonwealth Club, 595 Market St., 2nd floor, San Francisco
$20.00 general admission; $7.00 students with I.D.; $12.00 for Commonwealth Club members and Litquake e-newsletter subscribers (bring a newsletter with you)
Reception to follow.
Does the soul really exist? Is it eternal? Was the universe created or did it just happen - and how? A panel of experts from biology, Christianity, Judaism, and physics discuss the Big Questions.
Author panelists: Nobel prize-winning physicist George Smoot, activist Rabbi Michael Lerner, ecological theorist Professor Joan Roughgarden, and Professor Robert John Russell, founder of the Center for Theology and the Natural Sciences.
Moderator: Joe Quirk (Sperm Are from Men, Eggs Are from Women: The Real Reason Men and Women Are Different)
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