Narrative Approach to Darwin and his critics: From Darwin to the ENCODE project


by
Robbie Andreason June 28, 2015


Presented at:
SCL Conference 2015

ABSTRACT:

This seminar will use a narrative approach to understand the complexities of the creation/ evolution debate in a way that reduces the pressure and heat often generated by the topic. The goal of the seminar is argue against the materialism and naturalism of modern science and at the same time avoid simplistic arguments about evolution and creation.


TAGS:

Creation Darwin Evolution Philosophy Science


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Robbie Andreason
Robbie Andreasen has been teaching Life Science, biology, and Anatomy & Physiology at The Geneva School since 2007. He received his BS in Marine Science and Biology from the University of Miami and an MA in Bioethics from Trinity Evangelical Divinity School. Robbie has a contagious passion to study the intersection of faith and science and his students have come to expect a challenging, active classroom characterized by their teacher’s love and enthusiasm for learning. He was the upper school recipient of the 2013 Paideia Award for Teaching, an award that recognizes excellence in teaching. Robbie and his wife Janet (a math education professor at the University of Central Florida) have two children—both students at TGS. In his spare time, he enjoys challenging himself through activities such as jiu-jitsu and training for and participating in Tough Mudder.

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Philosophy of Biology: From Dante to Darwin

Article - SCL Conference 2015

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Article - SCL Summer Conference 2017


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