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Michael Heller – Cosmology and the doctrine of creation

October 31, 2008 Leave a comment Go to comments

The Department of Philosophy

and the Polish Institute for Arts and Science in Canada

‘Cosmology and the doctrine of creation’

Michael Heller

Pontifical Academy of Theology, Cracow

Monday, November 10, 2008.

10:30 – 12.

LEA 232

Introduction by Dean Ellen Aitken of the Faculty of Religious Studies

Michael Heller, a Polish cosmologist and Catholic priest, is the 2008 Templeton Prize winner. Professor in the Faculty of Philosophy at the Pontifical Academy of Theology in Cracow, toiling for years beneath the stifling strictures of the Soviet era, he has become a compelling figure in the realms of physics and cosmology, theology, and philosophy with his cogent and provocative concepts on issues that all of these disciplines pursue, albeit from often vastly different perspectives. With an academic and religious background that enables him to comfortably and credibly move within each of these domains, Reverend Heller’s extensive writings have evoked new and important consideration of some of humankind’s most profound concepts.

  1. eltiti2009
    August 28, 2009 at 6:19 am

    Sometimes I have though the possibility that a very advanced cosmic civilization could make their own universes and their own realities. This could be a way to say that these entities are gods. But this is a very speculative theme.
    Visit my blog about the “time-travel” theme. The link is:
    It´s in Spanish but soon in English.

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