Patrick Henry College
Patrick Henry College is proud to announce that the Pensmore Dialogue on Science and Faith: The Return of the God Hypothesis is this week: April 4-5 at PHC. Attendees from 15 states and 2 countries have already registered for this Friday & Saturday's conference, featuring Oxford University's Dr. John Lennox, NYT bestselling authors Drs. Stephen Meyer and Jay Richards, Dr. Robert Spitzer, and more.
You still have a chance to register online or on-site! The College extends a warm invitation to the local and surrounding communities, area churches, friends, supporters, as well as those who have never visited the College. Please join us April 4-5 to explore crucial questions on the origins of life and the universe and gain knowledge to engage these profound topics from a Christian worldview.
Pensmore Foundation Chairman Steven T. Huff, retired intelligence software entrepreneur in the D.C. area, and friend of PHC, established the Pensmore conference to bring together the world’s top thinkers in interpreting scientific discovery from a biblical worldview. He joins Patrick Henry College in a passion to equip students, families, and Christians from all walks of life to hear and understand these critical arguments that challenge a widely held assumption dominating our culture - that science and faith are in conflict, even mutually exclusive. For present and future leaders and policy makers, and for Christians of every walk of life, the Pensmore Dialogue on Science and Faith, “The Return of the God Hypothesis,” will present an important, alternative, factual point of view.
“I’m a great fan of Patrick Henry College,” says Huff. “The College is producing leaders of the next generation who need to see and hear these arguments. I’m hoping this conference will draw the intellectually and spiritually curious from all over the country, and will establish PHC as an intellectual center for these critically important issues.”
The conference will also feature two special sessions specifically for students and pastors on Friday morning, April 4. Included in the registration fee, these two special sessions will address the issues critical to students’ and clergy’s unique circumstances, environments, and challenges when dealing with evolution, creationism, and intelligent design.