Week 10 of 10; Rev. Matthew McNutt concludes the Summer Series on Faith & Science by tackling some of the remaining questions from the week before, summarizing the summer, and looking to the future of faith and science at Brandywine Valley Baptist Church.
Week 8 of 10; Elaine Petty, M.S., teaches bioethics to med students at Georgetown University. She also works with the Endowment for Community Leadership, as well as having experience working around the world. She and her husband currently share a ministry of hospitality in their home in Washington, DC, called Capitol Hill Lighthouse. In her session she discusses why a Christian's view of life matters in this age of biotechnology.
Week 7 of 10; Dr. David Chen, a dual board certified hospitalist in Pediatrics and Internal Medicine at Christiana Care Health System, graduated from Princeton University with a degree in Electrical Engineering and a certificate in Engineering Biology, as well as completed a dual MD/MPH at Rutgers – Robert Wood Johnson Medical School in Health Systems & Policy, explores what it means to be a Christian in every aspect of life, including vocation.
Week 6 of 10; Dr. James Blosser, whose expertise is in biochemistry, serves as both a teacher at Brandywine Valley Baptist Church and a missionary with SALT's seminary, challenges the idea that there is a conflict between faith and science.
Week 4 of 10; Dr. David Bradstreet, Professor and Chair of the Astronomy and Physics Department at Eastern University, Director of the David H. Bradstreet Observatory and Julia Fowler Planetarium, author and speaker, asks the question, Are you a closet Deist?, in his second of two weeks at Brandywine Valley Baptist Church.
Week 3 of 10; Dr. David Bradstreet, Professor and Chair of the Astronomy and Physics Department at Eastern University, Director of the David H. Bradstreet Observatory and Julia Fowler Planetarium, author and speaker, examines the Book of Nature in his first of two weeks at Brandywine Valley Baptist Church.
Week 1 of 10; Rev. Matthew McNutt launches the summer series with a message challenging listeners on whether or not we are asking the right questions of scripture when it comes to the issue of science. While this message was part of the Skeptical sermon series, it also served to frame the direction of the 2019 Summer Series.