Astronomy, Religion, and the Art of Storytelling
20 Mar 2020

Brother Guy Consolmagno, SJ
Director of the Vatican Observatory and President of the Vatican Observatory Foundation
One thing astronomy and religion have in common is that they are both interested in the big questions; and they depend on the art of storytelling to present their strange and wonderful ideas in ways that people can understand, appreciate, and evaluate. We’ll examine why stories are fundamental to our understanding of religion; when being a good storyteller is essential in doing science; and how way we tell these stories influences how we think about the big ideas.

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Departments: Science For Seminaries
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