Hosted by the Southern California Christians in Science local chapter of the American Scientific Affiliation and the Center for Research in Science (CRIS) at Azusa Pacific University
Creation Care: Educating with Evidence and Hope
April Maskiewicz Cordero
Professor of Biology, Point Loma Nazarene University
Call for Contributions:
Southern California Christians in Science invites contributed 20-minute talks, posters, and panel discussions. Submissions may address any topic dealing with the intersection between Christianity and science or technology, although talks related to the theme of the conference (The Science, Education, and Christian Practice of Creation Care) will be given special preference.
Contributions from scientists and humanities scholars with expertise in science and religion; undergraduate, graduate, and seminary students interested in exploring the relationship between science and faith; and Christian leaders interested in the role science-faith dialogue plays in the life of the church are encouraged. Submissions should be sent to Tom Ferko of California Baptist University at email@example.com by Wednesday January 15, 2020. More complete details about the submission process and the American Scientific Affiliation are given below:
Instructions for Authors of Contributed Presentations
Submissions for the SCCS Winter Day Conference should be sent to Tom Ferko at California Baptist University at firstname.lastname@example.org by Wednesday January 15, 2020. Please include ‘SCCS Winter Day Conference Submission’ in the subject line. Your submission must include:
1) Presenting contributor’s full name, contact information (mail, phone, and email), and, as appropriate, organization and job title.
2) Full names of all co-authors, and if appropriate, their titles and institutions/organizations
3) Preference for a poster, 20-minute oral presentation, or panel discussion.
4) Title and 200-350 word abstract. All submissions will be evaluated based on their significance, appropriateness for an ASA conference, and intellectual merit.1
1 A copy of the merit review criteria is available on request.
Authors will be notified of the acceptance status of their papers by Wednesday January 22nd, 2020.