A Brief History of Moral and Political Thought


by
Sean Riley June 28, 2014


Presented at:
SCL Conference 2014

ABSTRACT:

But have you ever struggled with how you will teach your science class when students have a range of ideas about creation? Have you wondered how you will teach science accurately while respecting each student’s family values and beliefs? Hear how one teacher encourages lively, respectful discussion and deals with difficult questions from logic-level students. Lecture and small group discussion will help you to lead your students to honor our Creator while seeing through a glass, darkly.


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Creation Philosophy Science Teaching Worldview


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Sean Riley
Sean A. Riley, PhD serves as Academic Dean at The Stony Brook School, a Christian boarding and day school on Long Island. He earned his PhD in philosophy from Baylor University. At The Stony Brook School, Sean has taught courses in history, English, Bible, and philosophy, coached football, tennis, and the Ethics Bowl team, and served as a dorm dad. He lives in Stony Brook with his wife, Emily, and his four children, Aidan, Liam, Honora, and Quinn.

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