In association with the Presbytery of Glasgow. This event will take place from 13:00 - 15:30
THIS EVEN IS BY INVITATION ONLY
Discussion Topic: Discussing differences and Promoting Respectful Dialogue in Relation to the Question of Origins.
GTN and BioLogos Learning and Sharing Together. Lunch will follow at 12.30 pm
An evening of Music, Drama, Film Excerpts and Conversation with Cosmologist Dr Deborah Haarsma, Michigan, USA
Tickets at the subsidised price of £3 (including refreshments) are available here
The greatly reduced price of tickets for this event is made possible by a grant from the John Templeton Foundation.
Join us in the august surroundings of Glasgow University Chapel, be inspired by the creative beauty of its architecture, let your spirit be uplifted in praise and worship of God the ultimate creator and God the Holy Spirit who dwells not just with us but in us.
The Chapel Choir will celebrate Pentecost and creation.
Dr Haarsma will present an illustrated talk entitled “And the Spirit of God Moved…”.
This interdenominational public event is free of charge but please register your intention to attend.
The event is made possible through financial contributions from the Presbytery of Glasgow, GTN and a grant from the John Templeton Foundation.
In association with the Presbytery of Glasgow.
In partership with the Scottish Catholic Education Service.
In assocation with Christian Values in Education
The speakers for this event will be:
Dr Guy Consolmagno: The Vatican’s Senior Astronomer
Topic: Is there purpose in the Cosmos?
Dr Denis Alexander: Emeritus Director of the Faraday Institute, Cambridge
Topic: Is there purpose in Biology?
Tickets: £30 (including lunch and morning and afternoon refreshments) are now available to purchase.
The cost of tickets for this event is subsidised by a grant from the John Templeton Foundation.