Curious about how to integrate science into your religious outlook?
Shippensburg University will host the 13th Annual Forum on Science and Religion virtually on Thursday, February 11, 2021 from 3:30-5:30 PM to further explore this topic. The forum is free and open to the public, and coincides with International Darwin Day celebrations.
During the forum, Dr. Joseph Shane, professor of chemistry and science education, will moderate a panel discussion titled, “Science, Religion, and the Common Good,” with clergy, scientists and writers from the Sinai and Synapses Fellowship, a small interfaith group dedicated to elevating the discourse and conversation around religion and science.
Sinai and Synapses is an interfaith “religion and science” group, led by Rabbi Geoffrey A. Mitelman . I got to hear him not long ago when a church in my town (not my church) had him come and teach a series of class. It was really interesting–we even got to study a portion of the Talmud.
Don’t expect another rehash of Adam and Eve or Age of the Earth conversation!
Access the forum at: https://ship.zoom.us/j/93622277836