Sunday, May 1, 2011

Live Plantinga lectures

This will be worth hearing. Live broadcast lectures. Go here.

2011 Lecture Series
May 10th and 12th at 7:00 PM
Western Washington University, Arntzen Hall 100
Bellingham, Washington
Guest Lecturer Alvin Plantinga
Free Admission

Map and Directions

The Bellingham Lectures in Philosophy and Religion (BLPR) are designed to facilitate informed, articulate thinking and civil conversation regarding the Big Questions present in philosophy, religion and science.

Sponsored by Western Washington University and the John Templeton Foundation, the BLPR is bringing together academics, students, religious leaders and community members to create an open and inspiring atmosphere in which to inspiring atmosphere in which to discuss topics such as God, Character and Free Will.
This year, our distinguished guest lecturer is Alvin Plantinga, Professor Emeritus of Philosophy at the University of Notre Dame.

Plantinga has chosen two themes for his lectures:

May 10th: “God and Evolution: Where the Conflict Really Lies”
May 12th: “Does Science Show That Miracles Can’t Happen”

We invite you to join us for these discussions either in person, on the campus of Western Washington University, or by participating in our live lecture stream May 10th and 12th.

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