Bill Nye the “Science Guy” claims that humans are “insignificant” specks living on a planet that orbits “an unremarkable star,” while astrophysicist Neil deGrasse Tyson, host of the 2014 Cosmos TV series, describes God as “an ever-receding pocket of scientific ignorance.” But are humans really the insignificant products of a blind cosmos that did not have them in mind? Is belief in God the enemy of scientific progress? What is the true nature of scientific inquiry and its relationship to faith? Explore these questions and more through this multiple-DVD set featuring more than 13 hours of presentations from the sixth annual Westminster Conference on Science and Faith, held at Proclamation Presbyterian Church in March 2015.
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Speakers include Oxford University mathematics professor Dr. John Lennox, author of God’s Undertaker: Has Science Buried God?; Discovery Institute geneticist Dr. Michael Denton, author of Evolution: A Theory in Crisis; Westminster Theological Seminary theologian Dr. Vern Poythress, author of Redeeming Science; CSC Associate Director Dr. John G. West, author of Darwin Day in America; CSC Research Coordinator Casey Luskin, co-author of Science and Human Origins and the Discovering Intelligent Design curriculum; Westminster Theological Seminary theologian Dr. Scott Oliphint, author of Reasons for Faith; and attorney Douglas Ell, author of Counting to God: A Personal Journey through Science to Belief.