Study Religion and Science with Denis Lamoureux

I had an online course offering drawn to my attention, via Keith Furman’s blog.

Denis Lamoureux is offering an online course, an introduction to religion and science, which some readers of this blog might be interested in taking. But even if not, they may find the lectures and other materials on the course web site interesting and useful.

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  • Craig Wright

    This is an excellent resource. Even if you don’t take the online course, he has put up all his class notes on the internet. Just type in his name and the University of Alberta. I have used his notes for teaching Sunday school.

  • Craig Wright

    Especially helpful, from his web site, are his audio-visual slides.

  • Keith C Furman, PhD

    YouTube versions (for iPad, iPhone, etc.) are coming, according to Dr. Lamoureux in an email yesterday. In the meantime, checkout this NEW ID talk – “a” new model of Intelligent Design consistent with both scripture and modern science. http://youtu.be/nhN6QGho71s