Breck Brigham, Contributing Writer
Samford’s Science and Religion Club recently held its final meeting of the semester. This meeting focused on Christian scientists. The goal of this club is to teach how religion and science work of each other and can explain each other. Their other meetings this semester focused on biologos and then a professor panel, that had professors speak about their faith and research and how they coincide.
Both Adam Cason and Thomas Reinke believe that we can learn from science and religion and that each can teach us about the world and the other. This club was built to do just that. Adam told me that finding out about this club during Covid and seeing it was not doing much, got him and Thomas to reach out to their advisor, Dr. Reeves to see what they could do for this club.
These meeting also offer convo credit for those who need it. These meeting are a great way to get those needed credits, since it is a different way to learn about religion. It is a very interesting club that teaches science and religion can go together, even when it seems it cannot or they do not go together.
To learn more about them, you can check out their Instagram here.