Center for Research in Science Hosts Event Addressing Science-Faith Dialogue

Posted: November 12, 2013

APU’s Center for Research in Science hosts the Second Annual Southern California Christians in Science Winter Day Conference from 9:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. Saturday, January 25, 2014, in Perry Lecture Hall, Segerstrom Science Center, West Campus.

The conference is part of the Center for Research in Science 2013–14 series “Pursuing the Science-Faith Dialogue with Unity and Grace.” It will feature plenary talks by Joel Martin, curator of crustacea and chief of the Division of Invertebrate Studies at the Los Angeles County Museum of Natural History, and author of The Prism and the Rainbow: A Christian Explains Why Evolution Is Not a Threat; and Richard Gunasekera, director of graduate programs in biomedical/biological/forensic sciences and professor of biology at the University of Houston, Victoria, and author of ORIGINS: Perspectives on the Origin of Man, Disease and Death.

The conference will also feature contributed talks, posters, panel discussions, and book reviews on a variety of topics related to science and faith, as well as times for fellowship and discussion.

Call (626) 815-6480 for more information, and visit to register.