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Seating still available for March 19 Roundtable at SAU

Laurinburg, N.C. - Limited seating is still available for the Religion and Science Roundtable featuring Dr. James K. Dew Jr. scheduled for March 19.

Dew will present “Reconciling Science and Theology: Is It Really Possible, and Should We Even Try?"

Free and open to the public, the Roundtable begins with a dinner at 6 p.m. followed by the lecture at 7 p.m. Reservations for the event are required for meal preparation purposes. To make a reservation, send an email to rsvp@sapc.edu or call 910-277-3968 by March 12. Be sure to include the names of all who will be attending in the message.

“Are Science and Religion at war with each other?” Dew asks. “Is it possible to reconcile scientific theories with what the Bible has to say? I will discuss the possibilities for reconciling science and theology and why it matters. I will discuss some of the specific challenges with this project and how they might be resolved.”

Dew is the Dean of the College at Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary where he is also Associate Professor of the History of Ideas and Philosophy. He received his Ph.D. in Theological Studies and Philosophy of Religion from Southeastern in 2008. He is currently pursuing a second Ph.D. in Philosophy of the Mind at the University of Birmingham, UK.

He is the author of Science and Theology: An Assessment of Alister McGrath’s Critical Realist Perspective. He co-authored How Do We Know?: A Short Introduction to the Issues of Knowledge. He co-edited God and Evil: The Case for God In a World Filled with Pain.

The Religion and Science Roundtables are associated with the annual John Calvin McNair Lecture on Science and Theology hosted each fall by St. Andrews. The McNair Lecture was established by the 1857 will of John Calvin McNair who asked that "the object of which lecture(s) shall be to show the mutual bearing of Science and Theology upon each other...."

About St. Andrews University

St. Andrews is a student and teaching-focused University which offers a broad range of undergraduate majors in a curriculum that is global in scope and practical in its application. St. Andrews has added a first graduate level program with a Masters in Business Administration. The quality of the St. Andrews educational experience has been recognized by U.S. News and World Report, The Princeton Review, and GI Jobs among others. In addition to its academic programs, the University has an acclaimed university press, men’s and women’s athletic teams, a nationally competitive equestrian program, and an award-winning pipe band. St. Andrews is a branch of Webber International University, Florida. Further information may be obtained by visiting the University’s website www.sapc.edu, calling 800-763-0198, or sending an e-mail to info@sapc.edu.


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