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Details for the April annual meeting
Christian Scientific Society Newsletter, February 17, 2016

Christian Scientific Society
www.christianscientific.org
February 17, 2016

Registration is now open for the Annual meeting  

The annual meeting will once again be held in Pittsburgh, this coming April 15-16 (Friday night and Saturday morning). The theme for this year's meeting is "Fine tuning in cosmology and biology." Apart from the great talks and debates, the annual meetings are a great time to fellowship with like-minded Christians in science.

The meeting will be held at the classic Twentieth Century Club in Pittsburgh, on the University of Pittsburgh Campus. To register for the meeting, go to this link.

Speakers:
Robin Collins, Distinguished Professor and Chair, Department of Philosophy, Messiah College

Robert Mann, Professor, Department of Physics and Astronomy, University of Waterloo

Fuz Rana, Vice President of Research and Apologetics, Reasons to Believe

Jerry Bergman, Adjunct Associate Professor, Medical University of Ohio

Wayne Rossiter, Assistant Professor, Department of Biology, Waynesburg University

David Snoke, Professor, Department of Physics and Astronomy, University of Pittsburgh
 

Check out the upgrades to the website  

Apologies that the website has been "down" or had broken links for the past few weeks; we have been doing a major overhaul of the website to bring it up to date. Check out the new look!
 

Seattle talks now available on the website  

Audio and slides for the talks at the recent Seattle meeting are now available to members on the website. It was a fascinating meeting on the topic of "What is information?"

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