Perspectives: Faith and Science

Listen carefully as Dr. Stamatis Vokos, who is both a scientist and a man of faith, talks to Fr. Chris about miracles. Faith and science are frequently set at odds in secular culture, but are they really opposites? Is it possible to explore both faith and science deeply, without reservation?

Dr. Vokos is a professor of Physics at Seattle Pacific University. We bring you this conversation from 2012, from the OCN archives. Read the letter Dr. Vokos wrote this week to his students after a shooting at the science building on campus.

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