PASCAL IN THE POST-CHRISTIAN WORLD
Presented by: Ann Hartle, Ph.D. Professor of Philosophy Emory University
Wednesday, March 30 7:30 p.m.
Africa Room, Duquesne Union
No RSVP Required, Open to the Public.
Pascal Day-an exploration of science, philosophy and faith-is an annual lecture series named for Blaise Pascal, a 17th century French scientist and mathematician. Pascal's later writings on Christianity reveal a thinker whose faith deepened and grew stronger as the intricacy of creation's workings became known to him through science.