Evolving Faith: Panel Discussion with Author Steven Peck

Writ & Vision invites you to a special roundtable panel, Tuesday, October 27th, to discuss the new essay collection from Steven Peck, Evolving Faith: Wanderins of a Mormon Biologist.

The author will be joined by the following panelists:

--Duane Jeffery: emeritus professor of biology, BYU

--Jani Radebaugh, associate professor of geological sciences, BYU

--George Handley: associate dean of humanities, BYU

Believers and scientists have long wrestled over the relationship between science and faith. Peck, an acclaimed Latter-day Saint author and scientist, demonstrates in this new book that both science and faith are indispensable tools we can use to navigate God’s strange and beautiful creation. Evolving Faith is a collection of technical, personal, sometimes whimsical essays about Mormon theology, evolution, human consciousness, the environment, sacred spaces, and more.

With the mind of a scientist, the soul of a believer, and the heart of a wanderer, Peck provides welcome companionship for women and men engaged in the unceasing quest for further light and knowledge.

Join us for a lively discussion and delicious refreshments. 

The event is free and open to the public.