Alvin Plantinga on Science and Religion: Reflection and Analysis

On 20 May 2012, Dr. Alvin Plantinga gave a presentation on the relation between Science and Religion. Daniel Chew had the opportunity to attend and report on this event. He writes:

Plantinga’s presentation basically deals with the perceived conflict between Science and Religion, especially on the topic of Evolution. His thesis is that there is no conflict between evolution as a science eviscerated from its materialistic philosophy, and “mere Christianity.” Plantinga defines “mere Christianity” along the lines of C.S. Lewis and locates it in the Apostles’ Creed,  probably having some version of the Vincentian Canon in mind (ubique, semper, omnibus).

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