Philosophy Lecture Series

Inaugural Philosophy Lecture Series: God and the Natural World (April 2nd & April 3rd, 6:30-8:00pm in FPU’s BC Lounge). The FPU Philosophy Department is pleased to host two Christian philosophers for consecutive evening lectures on the theme of God and the Natural World.
On April 2nd, Dr. Stephen Dilley will contend that theology plays an indispensable role in several influential arguments for neo-Darwinism. On April 3rd, C. Stephen Evans will lecture based on his book Natural Signs and Knowledge of God (Oxford University Press, 2010). With a distinct focus on evolutionary theory in light of our experience of beneficial order in the natural world, Evans will argue that that “natural signs” for God lie at the core of arguments for God’s existence and make knowledge of God possible. Refreshments will be served and books will be available for purchase and signing by the authors. Questions/Information: Nathan Carson (; 559-453-2370).