"Relating Science and Christian Faith" - Dr. James B. Miller,
of the Presbyterian Association for Science, Technology and Christian Faith. Hosted by Potomac Presbyterian
Church, Potomac, Maryland, Mar. 23, 2013.
Rev. James B. Miller is General Missioner (ex officio) of the Presbyterian Association for Science, Technology and the Christian Faith. He has written or edited several books dealing with theology and science, especially focused on ways in which the two fields may inform each other.
"A Conversation about Science and Christian Faith" - Dr. James B. Miller and Dr. William Phillips,
Hosted by Potomac Presbyterian Church, Potomac, Maryland, Oct 25, 2013.
Rev. James B. Miller engages in a conversation about practical matters of Christian living with Dr. William Phillips, winner of the Nobel Prize in Physics in 1997 for his work on techniques for supercooling of gaseous atoms. Dr. Phillips is a member of the United Methodist Church.
"A New Critique of Naturalism" - by Dr. Roy Clouser, Professor Emeritus of Philosophy,
The College of New Jersey, at National Presbyterian Church, Washington DC Dec. 8, 2013.
Dr. Roy Clouser holds an AB from Gordon College, a BD from Reformed Episcopal Seminary, and an MA and PhD from the University of Pennsylvania. Along the way to the PhD he studied with Paul Tillich at Harvard Graduate school and with Herman Dooyeweerd at the Free University of Amsterdam. In 1997 he won a Templeton Award for his course in science and religion. He is the author of "The Myth of Religious Neutrality" (U. of Notre Dame Press, revised 2005), "Knowing with the Heart" (IVP, 1999), and over 20 articles, including some in PSCF. He is currently working on a new book that will discuss world religions from a Christian perspective.
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