A Magi Project seminar
Creation Ex Nihilo –– 24-29 June, 2018

This Magi summer seminar invited a small cohort of graduate students to Philadelphia for an intensive course led by eminent scholars across disciplines of physics, philosophy, and theology. It was a dynamic forum in which students, academics, faculty, and interested members of the public came together to discuss questions on the beginning of the universe. 

A Magi Project event
Science and Religion: The Myth of Conflict –– 24 April, 2018

Prof. Stephen Barr

It is widely supposed that science and faith are inherently incompatible and historically have been at war. In Professor Barr's talk, it will be shown that this is a myth based largely on bad history and misunderstandings of traditional religious concepts.

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A Magi Project event
DARWIN, GOD, AND THE COSMOS: IS FAITH STILL RELEVANT IN A SCIENTIFIC WORLD? –– 30 November, 2018

Prof. Ken Miller

Modern science has its roots in western religious thought and owes some of its greatest discoveries to scientists who themselves were people of faith.

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