Pete Enns, Ph.D., is a well-known theologian and author of numerous books and articles on Christianity and the Old Testament. He is a former senior fellow for the BioLogos Foundation, an organization that focuses on the integration of science and Christian faith, where he wrote a regular column for their Science and the Sacred blog. He has taught at several schools, including Princeton Theological Seminary, Fuller Theological Seminary, Temple University, and Westminster Theological Seminary. Enn’s books include Inspiration and Incarnation: Evangelicals and the Problem of the Old Testament, Evolution of Adam: What the Bible Does and Doesn’t Say about Human Origins, and Telling God’s Story: A Parent’s Guide to Teaching the Bible.


Enns delivers his address, “Factors Influencing Personal Differences in Approaches to Science,” as part of APU’s Center for Research in Science’s series, “The Practice and Perceptions of Science.” The public is invited to this free lecture.

The Center for Research in Science (CRIS) exists to serve a community of students, scholars, and laypersons by promoting research that encompasses the scope of scientific studies and addresses the inseparable relationship between science and culture, its role in classical liberal arts education, and the ancient dialogue between faith and reason.

Tues., Apr. 17, 2012
6:30 p.m.

LAPC Room located in APU’s Turner Campus Center
East Campus
901 E. Alosta Ave.
Azusa, CA 91702

Rachel White
Associate Director of Public Relations
(626) 815-4502 | rewhite@apu.edu