SUMMER 2018: Science in the Bible

The Bible has served as a guide for many people of the world for millennia. It is now possible to explain—scientifically—specific events considered “miracles” in the Bible. The topics to be explored are: the Creation, Moses’ Ten Plagues and parting of the Red Sea, Noah’s flood, and the Star of Bethlehem. It is hoped, by examining these events and participating in class discussions, that the significance of these events will be better understood.

 

Dr. Joel Block is an adjunct faculty member at UConn Stamford and Sacred Heart University, Fairfield. His specialty is Earth Science Education, including Science in the Bible. He received a Presidential Award for Excellence in science teaching, presented at the White House and the National Academy of Science.                        

Four sessions Thursdays, July 12, 19, 26, August 2 at 10:10 to 11:50 am