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Wilfrid Laurier University Faculty of Arts
October 1, 2014
 
 
Canadian Excellence

Religions, Science and the Secular - Conference 2014


Public Life Annual Conference

Science and Religion(s) a tired battle-ground, or a vibrant interface? What are the conditions for these central pillars of so many cultures, both large and small, that enable citizens to discover and re-discover what it means to know and to grow?



Come, hear and respond to scientists, scholars and social activists as they present their research and perspectives, with a view to seeing the possibility of new relationships between science and religions, and explore together what in fact “secular” can mean!

Please attend and participate!

Fee Admission 


Friday March 21st 7 p.m.- 8.30 p.m. &
Saturday March 22nd 9 a.m.-1 p.m.
Paul Martin Centre, Wilfrid Laurier University, Waterloo

Friday evening
 "The Secular, the Religious, the Scientific and the Political: Two Views"
Paul Freston and Ashley Lebner, Department of Religion and Culture

Saturday morning
"Evolution and its Misconceptions: the work of an evolutionary biologist"
Tristan Long, Department of Biology

"Conflicts between Religion and Evolution"
Gabo Moreno-Hagelsieb, Department of Biology
Human or Natural Science: Implications for Psychological Approaches to the Contemporary Interface between Science and Religions"
Richard Walsh, Department of Psychology
"An Aboriginal Approach to Religions and Science:Belief and Truth?"
Jean Becker, Senior Advisor, Aboriginal Initiatives

Concluding Plenary Panel and Discussion
"Religions, Science and the Secular: the Possibility of New Relationships?"

This event is sponsored by the Department of Religion and Culture, the Department of Psychology, the Department of Psychology, the Dean's Office of the Faculty of Science, and the Dean's Office of the Faculty of Arts of Wilfrid Laurier University's Waterloo Campus

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