At the Intersect of Religion and Science
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Science and religion both grapple with the mysteries of the universe and our place in it. How do we respond as science and religious studies unfold new understandings which challenge conventional beliefs? Join us as we attempt to see how these seemingly disparate fields might work together to deepen our understanding of the universe.
Speaker: Reverend Jay Gardner, Youth Minister, White Rock Baptist Church and Microbiologist, University of Pennsylvania
Speaker: Dr. Michelle Francl, Professor of Chemistry, Bryn Mawr College and Columnist, The Catholic Standard and Times
This exhibition is created by the IAA, from the collections of the Israel National Treasures and produced by Discovery Times Square and The Franklin Institute. The exhibition is curated by Dr. Risa Levitt Kohn (Professor at San Diego State University) and Debora Ben Ami (Iron Age collection curator at the IAA). Planning and design by Ralph Appelbaum Associates, New York, NY and consultation by noted Dead Sea Scrolls expert, Dr. Lawrence Schiffman (Vice-Provost of Undergraduate Education, Yeshiva University).
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