The Legacy of the Reformation

After 500 Years

To commemorate the 500th Anniversary of the Reformation, Prof. Carlos Eire (Yale) returned to Penn to provide a reflection on the lasting legacy of the Reformation.  Listen below to hear some of his thoughts on the Reformation, its influence, and its commemoration through history.

Stay tuned for a video of the lecture and a personal interview with Prof. Eire about his recent book, Reformations (2016).

Darwin, God, and the Cosmos:

Is Faith Still Relevant in a

Scientific World?

When: Thurs, Nov. 30th at 7pm

Where: Annenberg 111, 3620 Walnut Street

Modern science has its roots in western religious thought and owes some of its greatest discoveries to scientists who themselves were people of faith.  Nonetheless, on one issue after another, from evolution to the “big bang” to the age of the Earth itself, religion seems to be at loggerheads with scientific thought.  Perhaps, as some suggest, we are approaching the end of faith.  Is this conflict inevitable, or is there a way science can be understood and supported in a religious context?

Join The Magi Project as they welcome Prof. Kenneth Miller (Brown) for this keynote lecture approaching questions of conflict between religion and science through the contentious issue of biological evolution.

Please RSVP HERE

Questions can be directed to Elizabeth Feeney at elife@sas.upenn.edu. Read more