Greenville University is hosting a special three-day Science and Faith Conference November 8 through the 10th.
It is the opportunity to explore the intersection of science and faith with internationally-recognized speakers.
The conference will feature Nobel Prize winner, Bill Phillips, who helped to create the coldest place in the universe. The event begins at 7 p.m. November 8 with Dr. Phillips speaking about “Time, Einstein and the Coolest Stuff in the Universe.” He will also give live demonstrations.
Other speakers at the conference will be Astrophysicist Dr. Howard Smith, Dr. Paul Stroble, Dr. David Barnes, Dr. Hyung Choi, Dr. Jeff Schloss, Reverend Leonard Vander Zee, Dr. Kent Dunnington, Dr. Eleonore Stump. Dr. Fred Van Dyke and Dr. Craig Boyd.
For more information, including a schedule and how to register, go online to stef2019.com.