FREE PUBLIC EVENT: CSCA presents a lecture from Darrel Falk (Professor of Biology, Emeritus, Point Loma Nazarene University, San Diego CA). Evolution, Creation, and the God who is Love If humans and all forms of life were created through the evolutionary process—and the evidence for this is very strong—it presents a potential dilemma for Christians. Why would the God who taught us to love the weak and feed the hungry, the God who told us that the meek shall inherit the earth seemingly create humankind through the seemingly heartless process sometimes referred to as “survival of the fittest?” These are …

FREE PUBLIC EVENT: Trinity Western University’s Science, Faith, & Human Flourishing Initiative and CSCA present a special event with Mark McEwan (Project Development Officer, CSCA) and Tim Opperman (Student & Early Career Rep., CSCA). Science, Faith, & Original Sin Are science and faith generally in conflict, or can we faithfully relate them? What about specific difficulties, such as reconciling modern biology with the Bible? Join the Canadian Scientific and Christian Affiliation (CSCA) for a special evening of science-faith discussion. Mark McEwan (Project Development Officer, CSCA) will briefly consider the usual ways of understanding the science-religion relationship, responding with an approach for …

FREE PUBLIC EVENT: Ottawa Christian Reformed Campus Chaplaincy, Graduate and Faculty Christian Fellowship, and the CSCA present a lecture from David Myers (Professor of Psychology at Hope College in Holland, Michigan). The Scientific Pursuit of Happiness Hope College social psychologist David Myers will explore the things that do, and surprisingly don’t, predict people’s well-being. Does happiness favor those of a particular age or sex? Does wealth enhance well-being? Does it help to have certain traits? to have close friends or be married? to have an engaged religious faith? New studies explode some myths and reveal the marks of flourishing lives. David Myers is Professor of …

FREE PUBLIC EVENT: Ambrose University and the CSCA present a public lecture with a Christmas theme from Dr. Stephen Jeans (developer and instructor of Ambrose University’s Earth and Space Science courses). The Star of Bethlehem: Comet or Not? A presentation on faith and science by Dr. Stephen Jeans, developer and instructor of Ambrose University’s Earth and Space Science courses. Let’s celebrate together a visitor from the East to help guide us to Christmas! Ambrose University welcomes the larger community where we serve for a family-friendly academic evening that includes a scientific lecture with beautiful images of the nighttime sky and a message of joy …