Lesley Hazleton’s work focuses on the intersection of politics and religion, history and current affairs. She describes her blog The Accidental Theologist as “an agnostic eye on politics, religion, and existence.” Her new book, The First Muslim: The Story of Muhammad, will be published in January 2013.
Omar’s talk is about untangling the dichotomy between science/logic and religion. Specifically, he explains how he used both logic and science to affirm his faith as a Muslim. Omar is a history student at UBC, currently pursuing a career in teaching. When he is not studying, he really enjoys spending time with family and traveling. He has been to 11 […]
100 years ago, the world’s best scientific minds thought that the universe had always existed. Since it always existed, it didn’t need a Creator. Einstein changed all that. His ‘field equations’ suggested that the universe was expanding like a balloon. The mathematician and Belgian Priest, George Lemaître, realised that this expansion had to have started from somewhere. It must have […]