Encountering the Mystery of God through the Mystery of Creation: A 4 Part Series at GUC
Guest Presenter: Heidi Russell, Professor of from Loyola University of Chicago, Institute of Pastoral Studies. David and Heidi will co-lead this conversation about some of the theological implications of recent scientific discoveries. Come and join us for this lively conversation. All are welcome!
October 18 @ 7:00 p.m. : Part 1
Quantum Mystery – The Mystery of the Very Small
In the microphysical world, we encounter unimagined mystery. Richard Feynman himself once stated, “I think I can safely say that no one understands quantum mechanics.” What might quantum mysteries such as particle/wave complementarity teach us about what it means to be embodied spirits? What might Heisenberg’s uncertainty principle teach us about human freedom? What might quantum entanglement teach us about being community? Join us as we explore how these mysteries of quantum physics might be new metaphors for Christian life.
Upcoming Conversations in this Series:
November 29 @ 7:00 p.m. :
Part 2: Cosmological Mystery – The Mystery of the Very Large
January/February 2017: (dates to be announced)
Part 3: Neuroscientific Mystery – The Mystery of Who We Are
Part 4: Chaotic Mystery – The Mystery of Chaos and Complexity