Science & Faith Conference

For many years now, mainstream science has said that what we see is all there is (materialism).  We see this viewpoint strongly reflected in modern healthcare training, which focuses almost exclusively on treating the body rather than the ‘whole person.’

How should people of faith respond to this?

This year’s Westminster Faith & Science Conference is an attempt to address this (and other related) question.  It will take place at Westminster Theological Seminary (in Glenside, 20 min. north of the city) April 8-9, and registration is free for students with a valid ID.

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About Bryan Stoudt

On my personal website (bryanstoudt.com), I help Christians follow Jesus in a noisy, broken world. I also have the privilege of helping Philadelphia's healthcare students and professionals do this as Area Director for the Christian Medical & Dental Associations (CMDA). More information at cmdaphiladelphia.org. On a personal note, I'm fortunate to be married to my wonderful wife, Sharon. Together, we have four fantastic children. In my spare time, I enjoy roasting coffee, running, reading and learning foreign languages.
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