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Thursday, December 13, 2007

S&R Lecture Series

The University of St. Andrews has announced the James Gregory public lectures on science and religion, a four-year, twelve-lecture series focusing on the many places where the two fields interact. The series was developed through the joint efforts of Eric Priest, a professor of theoretical solar physics, and Alan Torrance, a professor of systematic theology, and it's the first collaboration between the schools of divinity and mathematics & statistics. The series begins with "Can a scientist believe in the resurrection," a lecture by N.T. Wright, bishop of Durham and a New Testament scholar, on December 20. —Stephen Mapes