In association with Science Oxford
From 12 to 22 October 2018

The God of evolution? Animal suffering in nature

Venue: Clore Old Library, University Church, High Street, Oxford, OX1 4BJ

In 1859, Charles Darwin proposed a radical new idea for how life evolves through natural selection. The natural world is competitive, violent and careless of the suffering it produces, apparently at odds with the Christian idea of an omnipotent, good God. In this group discussion, Bethany Sollereder will explore the problem of animal suffering in nature and how the implications of evolution can be reconciled with a theological understanding of God as creator.

There is no need to book a ticket for this event, but it helps us monitor interest if you register here.

This event is free to attend, though donations to IF Oxford are welcomed.

Entrance to Clore Old Library is via the Vaults Cafe on Radcliffe Square.

15th October 2018
Event Type
Nature, Society

Start Time: 19:45
End Time: 21:00

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