Introduction to Course & Instructor      
  This short video introduces the new and exciting academic discipline of Science & Religion, provides a brief history of the course and students who have taken it, and outlines the instructor's academic qualifications.  
   
  Course Description      
  This course is an introductory examination of the various relationships between science and religion. Topics include: Definitions of Science & Religion, Science-Religion Models, Intelligent Design, Galileo Affair, Geology & Noah’s Flood, Darwin’s Religious Beliefs, Evolution vs. Creation Debate, Problem of Evil, Interpretations of Genesis 1-11.  
   
  Constructivist Teaching Style      
  The purpose of the course is for students to examine various approaches to the relationship between science and religion and for them to construct THEIR personal positions.  
  Prerequisites      
  None. Just interest in the topics!  
  Syllabus & Schedules      
  Spring 2018
Section 800
  Summer 2018
Section 850
 
  12 mins
  Requirements      
  4 PAPERS Click the Gray Box Above on the Far Right
  Paper 1 (1000 words): Your Definitions of Religion & Science 15%
  Paper 2 (1500 words): Your Model of Religion & Science 25%
  Paper 3 (2000 words): Lessons from History of Science for Origins 30%
  Paper 4 (2000 words): Your View of Origins & Genesis 1-11 30%
  11 mins
  1 min
  Registration      
  University of Alberta Students: Register through Bear Tracks.  
  Non-University of Alberta Students: Register as an Open Studies Student.  
  Course Materials  
  Class Notes & Class Handouts are online and FREE to download. Click the Gray Boxes Above  
  4 mins
  Self Test List  
  University of Alberta Bookstore      
  Class Notes ($25) & Class Handouts ($15) are available in the bookstore.  
  Only purchase the Fall 2013 editions or later.  
  Bookstore Webpage  
  Click 'Textbooks' at the top menu bar & scroll down to CHRTC 350.  
      © Denis O. Lamoureux
Last Revised 22 June 2018