Apr 27, 2016 | By

George Gantz to present “The Empirical Standard for Knowing – Faith Misplaced” at the 2016 IRAS Conference

The IRAS (Institute on Religion in an Age of Science) Conferences have been held at Star Island, New Hampshire, since 1954. The 2016 Conference title is “How Can We Know? Co-creating Knowledge in Perilous Times”, and George Gantz has been selected to present a paper on “The Empirical Standard for Knowing – Faith Misplaced.” His proposal has also been awarded the Booth-Shapley Fellowship as one of the best proposals to this year’s conference. IRAS is a society of natural scientists, social scientists, philosophers, religion scholars, theologians and others who seek to provide a forum for discussing issues of relevance to religion in an age of science. The 2016 Conference will be held June 25 to July 2, 2016. For information see IRAS Conference.

 

 

 

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