The world of Science and the world of faith - Two seemingly separate worlds; are they in opposition or do they run parallel to each other?
As part of Organisations' Week (which will be held on campus from the 11th to the 13th of November), SCubed, MKSU (Moviment Kattoliku Studenti Universitarji) and inTV (InSite’s online TV channel) has teamed up and will be upholding a debate which concerns the conflicts which usually arise between science and faith.
The panel will be consisting of the following people:
Jean Paul De Lucca - Lecturer at Junior College, reading for a PH.D. in philosophy
Claire Cassar - third year student studying medicine
Christian Colombo - recearcher at the university of Malta having graduated in computer science
Ingram Bondin - reading for a masters in computer science and artificial intelligence
Chris Fenech - first year student reading for a degree in philosophy and anthropology
Samuel Cassar - second year student studying architecture.
These people will share their views on the subject and such questions as:
Are science and faith searching for the same truths?
Is possible to be a firm believer in Science and at the same time believe in God?
How can you accept the existence of a divine prime mover when you cannot proof it?
How can you not believe in God in this ordered universe?
How could it be that God created the world in 6 days?
If God created everything, how can one accept the theory of evolution?
Must I believe in a personal God to believe in an Intelligent design?
Students are encouraged to participate in this debate. Opinions from the audience will be greatly appreciated.
Cya there ;)