Film, Video Astrobiology & Theology: A Discussion

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  • Astrobiology & Theology: A Discussion


  • Discoveries of new, potentially habitable worlds beyond our solar system raise challenging questions for humanity vis-a-vis faith, human nature, reality and religion. This discussion addresses the complex intersection of astrobiology and theology as part of the Kluge Center's astrobiology program.

Event Date

  • June 18, 2014

Running Time

  • 1 hours 13 minutes 27 seconds

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  • video
  • image
  • online text

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