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FREE PUBLIC EVENT: CSCA’s Montreal chapter presents an online lecture with Lydia Jaeger (Nogent Bible Institute ). Science and Theology as Gifts to the Church: How Creation Allows Scientists and Theologians to Work Together In contrast to the common practice, which separates science and theology, this talk takes the doctrine of creation as the key to map out fruitful interactions between science and theology. In particular, it asks how theologians – and the wider church – can benefit from science and what scientists can learn from theology for their professional work. Such an integrated view enables us to understand science …

FREE PUBLIC EVENT: CSCA’s Montreal chapter presents an online lecture with Karl Moore (McGill University). Introverts / Ambiverts / Extroverts as Leaders Inspired by two books, Introverts in the Church by Adam McHugh, and Susan Cain’s best seller, Quiet, I have been doing research on Introverts/Ambiverts/Extroverts as leaders.  Thus far I have done +450 interviews with C Suite executives, Generals, pastors, theologians, and other leaders. Traditionally we have viewed leaders as extroverts, this research suggests this is simply not true, introverts and ambiverts can also be outstanding leaders. As a professor at the McGill University Desautels Faculty of Management and for +25 years …