Sikkema online in Waterloo, “Big Bang Cosmology and Creation”

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FREE PUBLIC EVENT: CSCA’s Waterloo chapter presents an online lecture with CSCA Executive Director, Arnold E. Sikkema (Professor of Physics, Trinity Western University).

Online Lecture
Mar 11 2021

Arnold. E. Sikkema
"Big Bang Cosmology and Creation"

Thursday | 7:00 pm - 8:30 pm EST | Zoom Webinar | Registration required

Big Bang Cosmology and Creation

How should we understand the origin, history, and size of our universe in connection with a Christian worldview? This talk considers aspects of cosmology from the ancients, through early modern science, to Einstein’s theories, and ways of relating science and Scripture. Evidences for and limits of big bang theory are presented. The talk will be followed by an extended period of audience participation, discussion, questions and answers.

Arnold Sikkema is Professor of Physics and chair of the Mathematical Sciences Department at Trinity Western University, Langley, BC, where he has served since 2005. His research interests are in Reformational philosophy of biophysics and Christian faith & quantum physics. He completed his BSc in physics & mathematics at the University of Waterloo (including research in gravitation and cosmology with Robert Mann), a PhD in theoretical physics from the University of British Columbia, and a postdoctoral fellowship at the University of Florida before joining the faculty at Dordt University in 1997. He is the executive director of the Canadian Scientific & Christian Affiliation since 2018. Arnold and his wife Valerie, live in Langley and have three adult children and one granddaughter.