N PERSON — Our special guest author, Dr. Leslie Wickman, holds a master’s degree in aeronautical and astronautical engineering and a doctoral degree in human factors and biomechanics, both from Stanford University. She is author of God of the Big Bang: How Modern Science Affirms the Creator. She will be discussing her book and taking your questions.
RSVP: We are meeting by Zoom only on Thursday, ZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZ at 7pm (CDT). Please RSVP here: Facebook Event Page.
How to Join the Zoom Meeting: To attend the book club live via Zoom, just click www.watchman.org/Zoom on Thursday, October 6 at 7pm (CDT). Feel free to listen to the conversation or join in with your questions.
BOOK: Our book, God of the Big Bang: How Modern Science Affirms the Creator (Worthy Books, 2015), is available in both paperback and Kindle formats. We also are providing two free YouTube video alternatives for those of us who do not have time to finish reading the book.
- Paperback (208-pages, $16): uhop.me/BigBangGod
- Kindle ($10): uhop.me/BigBangGod2
- #1 YouTube Alternative – Is the Conflict Between Science and Religion Real? a TEDx lecture by Leslie Wickman (77-minutes): https://youtu.be/xi0CwpY5ICg
- #2 YouTube Alternative – Faith & Science: God and Big Bang Cosmology Faith & Life Series lecture by Leslie Wickman (75-minutes): uhop.me/LeslieWickman
Dr. Leslie Wickman holds a master’s degree in aeronautical and astronautical engineering and a doctoral degree in human factors and biomechanics, both from Stanford University. She graduated magna cum laude from Willamette University with a bachelor’s degree in political science.
For more than a decade Wickman was an engineer for Lockheed Martin Missiles & Space, where she worked on NASA’s Hubble Space Telescope and International Space Station Programs, receiving commendations from NASA for her contributions and being designated as Lockheed’s Corporate Astronaut (hence the nickname “Rocket Girl”).
For more information on Dr. Wickman, please visit www.leslieannwickman.com.
IN PERSON — Special guest Steve McRae, agnostic host of the Non Sequitur Show, will discuss the topic “Agnostic Epistimology: How Do We Know What We Don’t Know?” Join us for a free meal at 6pm followed by the club at 7pm on Friday, January 3, 2020. Those unable to attend may watch the livestream on our Facebook page.
We meet at 404 E. 1st St., Arlington, TX 76010.
RSVP: Food and drinks are provided, but seating is limited to 35 people. RSVP at our Facebook Event Page or email James Walker.