Modern media conditions us to believe that science provides truths that we can rely upon absolutely. Reporting gives the impression that scientific truth is certain. Even if true, our certainty is based upon believing the media. Only a fool would do that absolutely. Religion, however is as old as civilization itself, presenting us with truths that we are sure are certain because we believe that God revealed them. Which belief system is more certain? Should we be so sure? This short course investigates this theme considering the topics of human development, evolution, the environment, and death and resurrection. It will provide a critical basis to judge the so-called certainty truths that daily barrage our senses.
Instructor: Fr. Donald Lococo, CSB.
Fr. Lococo is a retired Basilian priest who for thirty years taught at Basilian colleges and universities in Toronto in Christianity and Culture, Houston, and Rochester NY in biology and philosophy. As a biologist he has specialized in interdisciplinary dialogue between science and religion.
Our Lady of Mount Carmel Church Hall, 4401 Mt. Royal Dr., Windsor, ON
Mondays (September 12, 23, 30 and October 7, 2019) 6:30 p.m. – 8:30 p.m.
Cost: $45 plus HST ($50.85)
No papers, no exams… just Learn for Life! Assumption University invites you to register for Learn For Life course at www.assumptionu.ca/learnforlife.
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