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Science and Faith

Sundays, 12:30–1:30 pm | Via Zoom

Do you have questions about how science and the Bible interact? 

The Science & Faith Series will take a scientific look at the Bible, the existence of God, and theological concepts. This is not a traditional Bible Study! We are open to Christians, Atheists, and all spiritual perspectives. You do not need a science background to attend! For some, this series has met a vital need in building their faith. This series is geared for a general audience but is also in-depth enough to be informative for those with advanced science degrees. All that is required is an open and inquisitive mind. 
The class recently finished the series using zoom and is on break before restarting.  When it restarts, it will probably be a blend of in-person and a virtual format. 
To receive notice when the class restarts, please email ScienceBibleSeries@gmail.com and ask to be put on the class email list. 
Topics Covered:

Formation and structure of the universe

Design of the universe

Creation of the earth

Appearance of life forms before man

Arrival of man

Evolutionary theory – part 1

Evolutionary theory – part 2

Critique of evolutionary theory

Origin of life

Noah’s Ark

Could there be other universes? (Multiverse)

Could we be living in a computer simulation?

If God made the universe, who made God?


The problem of pain & suffering

How does one know if something is true?

Cults, deception and bad science

Quantum mechanics

Are we alone in the universe?


Speaker Bio: Perry Lanaro holds a B.S. in physics and an M.B.A., both degrees from UCLA.  He is a member of Mensa, a high IQ society, and spoke at their 2014 national convention in Boston. He works in corporate finance in the entertainment industry. He is associated with Reasons to Believe (reasons.org)

For more information, email Aaron Pineda (aaron.pineda@belairpres.org).

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