Edison Lecture: Lemaitre, Modern Cosmology and the Question of the Compatibility of Science and Faith

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Location: 101 Jordan Hall

Jonathan Lunine Gold Mass Lecture 250

Join us after the Gold Mass Wednesday, Nov. 15 in 101 Jordan Hall of Science for a Charles Edison Lecture Series talk, "Lemaitre, Modern Cosmology and the Question of the Compatibility of Science and Faith." Jonathan I. Lunine, the David C. Duncan Professor in the Physical Sciences at Cornell University, and founding member and current vice president of the Society of Catholic Scientists, will describe the life of Rev. George Lemaître, father of the Big Bang model of the cosmos, as well as other well-known Catholic scientists. Lunine will address the question of whether “the believing scientist” is a dying breed.

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