Watch now: The Early Years of the Guardianship, with Richard Hollinger
Independent Scholar and Adjunct Lecturer at WI

Roger Neyman will speak on “Evolutionary insights from the Bahá’í teachings and their relevance to issues facing humanity.”

Roger has had a lifelong conviction that science and spirituality are both valid and compelling avenues to finding the truth about the world at large and about the human condition. He developed a deep interest in the history of the discourses between the Creationist movement and atheistic neo-Darwinism. The principles of the necessity of independent investigation of the truth and the harmony of science and religion was a starting point towards reconciliation and it was these principles that drew him to the Faith at the age of 43. Since his retirement from a career in Software Engineering in 2012, he has devoted himself to the field of promoting the harmony between science and religion, and, increasingly, to anti-racism discourses within and on behalf of the Bahá’í community.

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