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2/7/2015
2015 Winter Day Conference - So Calif Christians in Science

2/12/2015
“Infidel Science: Polygenism in the Mid-19th-Century American Religious Press,” Wheaton, IL

2/17/2015
“Global Access Conference: Where Disabilities & Possibilities Meet,” Westlake Village, CA

2/20/2015 » 2/21/2015
AMP Conference, Anaheim, CA. Apologetics/Mission/Partnership

3/6/2015 » 3/8/2015
Fourth Annual Conference on Medicine and Religion, Cambridge, MA

Local Chapter: Wheaton/Naperville
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The ASA Wheaton/Naperville Chapter meets at Wheaton College in Wheaton, Illinois. This chapter was founded in October, 2007 with 15 in attendance, and has grown to host 70-100 or more attendees each meeting, including students from local colleges. We meet 4 times a year, twice in the Fall and twice in the Spring. Topics have ranged from ancient cosmology and the origins debate to stem cell therapy to Abraham Lincoln's scientific side. Come join us!

Upcoming Chapter Events:

 2014-15 Series on Theological Foundations for Christians in Science

  • February 12, 2015

  • Infidel Science: Polygenism in the Mid-Nineteenth-Century American Religious Press

Dr. G. Blair Nelson, Historian of Science

7:00 p.m., Wheaton College (room TBA)

Recent Past Events:

  • November 4, 2014
  • Popularizing Science: Clerical Engagement with Science during the Age of Enlightenment

    Dr. Jennifer Powell McNutt, Associate Professor of Theology, Wheaton College

          Click here for audio (no slides for this talk)


  • October 2, 2014
  • Embodied Souls: Christology, Anthropology, and the Mind/Body Relationship

    Dr. Marc Cortez, Associate Professor of Theology, Wheaton College

Click here for audio

Click to view slides

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