Dr. Tom Woodward, Research Professor for Trinity College of Florida has assembled a dream team for his course “Darwinism and Intelligent Design.” Imagine you are a college undergraduate, soccer mom, adult degree-seeking student, and you are about to sit under a lecture on Intelligent design by the giants of the Intelligent Design movement. With what Dr. Woodward has assembled, you do not have to imagine, you can actually attend, either for college credit or just audit the course for your own enrichment.
Trinity’s Quest Course Is Team-Taught
- Professor Tom Woodward, author of “Doubts about Darwin” & “Darwin Strikes Back”
- C.S. Lewis Society Webinar by Dr. John Lennox (Oxford University)
- CSLS Live Webinars by Dr. Stephen Meyer and Dr. Michael Behe
- Dr. Jonathan Wells, author of “Icons of Evolution,” presents a “Zombie Science” Webinar
The course is offered through Trinity Quest, Trinity Quest is the degree completion degree program for the adult learner who is returning to college to complete their degrees in either, Business Leadership, Counseling/Psychology, or Christian Ministry. For the adult learner who has jobs, families, and other responsibilities, Trinity Quest gives them an opportunity to attend one evening a week, taking one class every five weeks to accelerate their need for a degree to advance wherever they are called. The public is invited to attend this learning experience, your options for attendance are in-seat or virtual-online, beginning Thursday, March 25th. The course is offered on five Thursday nights beginning at 6 pm: March 25, April 1, April 8, April 15, April 22nd.
Thomas Woodward, the author of Doubts about Darwin: A History of Intelligent Design (2003) and its sequel (2006), Darwin Strikes Back: Defending the Science of Intelligent Design, is coauthor with Dr. James Gills of The Mysterious Epigenome: What Lies Beyond DNA (2012). A graduate of Princeton University in the History Department, he received the Th.M. in Systematic Theology from Dallas Seminary, and a Ph.D. in Communication from the University of South Florida, with a research focus on the Rhetoric of Science. Dr. Woodward, the Research Professor at Trinity College of Florida in Tampa Bay, has taught since 1988 in the areas of theology, apologetics, missions, and the study of C.S. Lewis.