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The Relationship of Science and Theology, a Study of Evolution, Part Two

If you’ve ever found yourself in a debate on evolutionary theories, this may be just the course for you. Sign up for an in-depth study of cosmological evolution, biological evolution, and human evolution, all in the context of our Catholic faith. In Part One, you’ll focus primarily on theology and in Part Two, you’ll deep dive into science.

Total classes: 12

Prerequisite: None

Suggested grade level: 9th to 12th

Suggested credit: One full semester Science, Theology, or Philosophy


The apparent opposition between Science and Faith weighs down upon many Christians, for how can truth contradict truth? Often good intentioned people are found denying the claims of the scriptures and tradition to support science, or denying the claims of scientific bodies and findings to support the faith. This course is to bring a synthesis of these things together without denying the truths of either group. Topics addressed include the relation of biology to the physical sciences, Church tradition and the works of the Fathers, and evolutionary theory considered in light of scientific, philosophical, and theological reasoning. Focus is maintained on the ultimate goal of achieving a coherent synthesis of faith and reason.


Class 1: Catholic Teaching on Creation and on Human Origins

Class 2: The Web of Evidence for Evolution

Class 3: Popular Objections to Evolution

Class 4: How does God create through Evolution

Class 5: The Web of Evidence for Evolution continued

Class 6: Review for Midterm

Class 7: The Fittingness of Evolutionary Creation

Class 8: God’s creation of Man

Class 9: The Historicity of Adam and Eve

Class 10: A Thomistic Response to the Intelligent Design Proposal

Class 11: Evolution’s End: The Beatific Vision

Class 12: Review for Final

Materials and Homework

Course materials: Readings provided FREE by the instructor as PDF files.

Homework: Expect about 45-60 minutes of reading each Class plus a Classly quiz. There will be a midterm and a final.

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