Join us for a Lenten Evening of Reflection with Chesterton Academy

Join us for a special evening of wine, cheese, & Lenten reflections

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Dr. Philippe Gagnon, Math & Science Instructor, Chesterton Academy "What Place for Science in a Theology of Glory?"

Event hosted by John and Sibyl Niemann

Friday, March 6th at 8 PM following First Friday Holy Hour at 6 PM and First Friday Mass at 7 PM Church of All Saints - 435 4th St NE, Minneapolis, MN 55413 **Event will take place in the Parish Center behind the Church**

Child care will be available at no charge during the lecture.

Event is free and open to the public but reservations are required. Scroll down to reserve your seats.

What Place is there for Science in a Theology of Glory? - In the heart, the Christian wants to affirm that the world is God's creation. Contemporary biology's primary role is not to lend support directly to such a claim. Yet the denial of finality and order in nature, the sometimes arrogant denial that there would be anything else out there other than genes and populations according to the synthetic theory of evolution, are certainly not science's last words. Join us for an evening with Dr. Philippe Gagnon as he discusses the place for science in the theology of glory.

About Philippe Gagnon: Philippe Gagnon, Ph.D graduated from the Universit√© Lavel (Quebec) in 2005, where he wrote a philosophy doctoral dissertation on philosophy of nature and philosophy of science. He has taught at a variety of secondary and post-secondary schools, both in the United States and in his native Canada. Dr. Gagnon teaches a variety of subjects at Chesterton Academy, including math, philosophy and science.

Contact Chesterton Academy at 952-378-1779 for additional information.

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