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Ratio Christi, Irvine, CA

“Genesis 1–11, Poetry, History, Science, Truth: Reading Well with Help from C.S. Lewis,” Wheaton, IL

“Are We Slaves to Our Genes? A Scientific and Christian Perspective,” Plymouth, UK

11/7/2016 » 11/9/2016
New Trends in Evolutionary Biology: Philosophical and Social Science Implications, London, UK.

11/9/2016 » 11/11/2016
Herrmann Lecture on Faith and Science, Wenham, MA

ASA Annual Meeting 2012
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Thank you to everyone who helped make this year's annual meeting a rich time of fellowship and stimulating discussion.

Click here for our Annual Meeting Brochure

Click here for our Annual Meeting Slideshow

Click here for the Full Conference Program

Click here for the List of Registrants

Click here for the Audio of Talks and Lectures

Plenary Speakers 

Professor, Department of Molecular Biology, Lab of Structural Virology, The Scripps Research Institute, La Jolla, CA

Journalism Professor, Point Loma & Author of Quantum Leap: How John Polkinghorne Found God in Science and Religion 

Public Relations and Interactive Marketing Counselor and Educator, Consultant for over 60 companies and organizations including JVC, USFDA, American Cancer Society, and Amazon

Philosopher, Theologian, Instructor, and Director of the Los Angeles Film Studies Center

Producer of 4 X-Men, Star Trek III, IV, V & VI, 2 Fantastic Fours, Cool It, Left Behind, and Mother Mary of Christ

Tentative Symposia Topics

Communicating Earth Science to the Public: Opportunities and Pitfalls
Why Public Relations Matters—PR Basic: Deliver the Message
Personal Branding and Social Media
Science, Religion, and the Newsroom
Christians and Science in Film
Appropriate Technologies
Genetics and Human Origins
Information and the Origin of Life
Science, Faith, and Engineering
Poster Session 
"Christianity and the Scientific Revolution" by Ted Davis
"Coming out Christian Online" by Pamela Gay 

Photos taken at ASA annual meeting 2011