Wichita State to simulcast Ken Miller’s presentation to Kansas University

September 6, 2006 at 6:35 am | Posted in Events | Leave a comment

On Thursday and Friday, September 7th (at 7:30PM) and 8th (at 10AM), Ken Miller will speak at Kansas University as part of their “Difficult Dialogues at the Commons Series.”

Wichita State University will be simulcasting the Thursday night event, and you can view it in room 158 of the Media Resources building. It’s at 7:30 PM. Below is a map of Wichita State University with the media resources building circled.

Dr. Miller is an interesting speaker. Not only is he at the apex of scientific credibility, an actual writer of biology textbooks, and a professor at Brown University, but he also defends science. He testified in the famous Kirtzmiller trial, and has been active for years in dealing with charlatans.
If you want to see what a real CV looks like, look at his here.

What makes Dr. Miller even more interesting in this entire scenario, is that he is a devout Christian, and would aptly be described by the intended meaning of the misnomer theistic evolutionist. He also wrote a fantastic book that I recommend for anyone who feels that science is out to threaten their faith. It’s called Finding Darwin’s God. Miller’s work is both scientifically accurate, and an intimate and honest look at his own faith.

So, Thursday, 7:30 PM at Wichita State University, Dr. Kenneth Raymond Miller speaking to Kansas University will be simulcast in room 158 of the Media Resources building.


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