Vol I No. 7

God Science & Humanity Conference Program details

by sinetortus



Having just concluded our three day
Annual Conference for 2018 in Savannah

we were delighted to announce the program
for our next event:

God Science and Humanity

10th February 10 a.m.- 4 p.m.
Hosted in partnership with
the Church of St. Francis, Potomac
Followed by Evening Prayer(With a Sandwich lunch included for those who registered)


9.30- 10.00 Arrivals and registration

Introductions and overview of the dayThe Revd. Fr Mark Michaels, Rector of the Parish

The Revd Canon Alistair Macdonald-Radcliff (PBS)

Dr. Paul Julienne
Physicist and emeritus of NIST
and regular blogger for the PBS and Biologos 


Session I

 “Ordinary Faith, Ordinary Science,”
Dr William Phillips

(Nobel Laureate in Physics) 
Followed by discussion 
Session II  

The Liturgical Brain’
by Daniel Dorman, 

Neuroscience researcher at the
Krasnow Institute for Advanced Study,
George Mason University, Fairfax, VA

Followed by Discussion 

12.15 – `1.15 p.m. (approximately) Luncheon

1.15 p.m.
Session III

“Science and Faith: Getting the Question Right”
by Dr Michael Hanby

of the John Paul II Institute ACU, Washington DC.
Followed by DiscussionTea 

Session IV

Renewing the Christian Imagination:
Where do we go from here”

by Dr. Paul Julienne

Emeritus Fellow, The Joint Quantum Institute
of NIST & UMDFollowed by discussion.

Followed by  Evening Prayer
(at 4 pm approximately)

Coordinating the day will be:
The Revd. Canon Alistair Macdonald-Radcliff (of the PBS),


The Revd Fr. Mark A. Michael,
Rector of the Parish of St. Francis Potomac.