The Los Alamos Faith & Science Forum is pleased to announce our third summer series starting on June 1, continuing on the topic “What Makes Us Human?”. Members of the forum will lead the discussion each week in June and July. On July 13-14, Prof. Justin L. Barrett, Thrive Professor of Developmental Science in the School of Psychology at Fuller Theological Seminary, founding editor of the Journal of Cognition and Culture, and author of numerous articles and chapters concerning the cognitive science of religion, will visit and give two keynote lectures and have a chance to meet with members of the community. Our hope is that these lectures and discussions will be interesting and accessible to all members of the community interested in faith and science, no matter what religion or scientific background. Talks will be aimed at a general audience.
The summer series begins on June 1 and continues every Wednesday through the end of July at Kelly Hall at Trinity on the Hill. Dinner will be provided at 6 pm, with a presentation at 6:30 and discussion at 7pm, ending around 8 pm. Prof. Justin Barrett will visit in mid July and give presentations the evenings of July 13-14 at Church of Christ at 7pm. All are welcome.