Dave Stimers
February 5, 2017
Dave Stimers
Lead Pastor

(For the start of our Tension series, Pastor Dave opens the conversation between faith and science in our audio section above. At around the 23:18 min mark, he will direct your attention to a video interview with Dr. Martin Taylor. Video is provided seperately above the audio.)

When it comes to faith and science, many people have not only found there to be a tension but an outright conflict. Has science disproved Christianity? Are Christianity and science irreconcilable? This week, we heard from Dr. Martin Taylor, who has spent his life teaching and conducting research at Universities across Canada. In this conversation, Dr. Taylor addresses some of the tensions found within faith and academia.

 

Tension
Tension

Being a person of faith can be difficult in the workplace. There are many potential tensions that we face. Today, we’re excited to have a panel of professionals to share their experience with us!

  • Bryna Stimers - Education - Special Education Resource Teacher
  • Rob Luke - Business - Organizational and Leadership Consultant
  • Dr. Isaac Odame - Healthcare - Staff Physician in the division of Hematology/Oncology at the Hospital for Sick Children, Toronto, Canada.

(For the start of our Tension series, Pastor Dave opens the conversation between faith and science in our audio section above. At around the 23:18 min mark, he will direct your attention to a video interview with Dr. Martin Taylor. Video is provided seperately above the audio.)

When it comes to faith and science, many people have not only found there to be a tension but an outright conflict. Has science disproved Christianity? Are Christianity and science irreconcilable? This week, we heard from Dr. Martin Taylor, who has spent his life teaching and conducting research at Universities across Canada. In this conversation, Dr. Taylor addresses some of the tensions found within faith and academia.

 

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