Science has answered so many questions about how the universe works and how we can work for the betterment of humanity. Faced with such scientific advances, many conclude there is no longer any need for religion and belief systems to understand the mysteries of our universe. But do the limits of science as a way of knowing mean that there are some questions science is incapable of answering? And is there a need for science itself to be informed by religion or human values?
Join us on Thursday, March 21 for a discussion with MIT chemistry professor Dr. Troy Van Voorhis and VT philosophy professor Dr. Wendy Parker, moderated by Dr. Kevin Pitts, the Dean of Virginia Tech’s College of Science!
For more information and to register, see bradleystudycenter.org/veritas.
Advance REGISTRATION requested!