About the McClure Center
Opened in 2021, the McClure Faith and Science Center provides space and support for students exploring the relationship between faith and scientific inquiry. Through the center, the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences aims to help students lean into their Christian identity and reconcile their understandings of science through discussions, chapels and seminars.
This space, located in McFarland Science Center, is a development of the faith and science initiative launched in 2018. Led by endowed McClure Faith and Science Professor John Lewis, the Center provides resources for students such as study space, the McClure library, break-out chapels and other events.
McClure Faith and Science Center is open and available to all Lipscomb students pursuing the Christian faith and searching for knowledge. Come visit us to discover the intersection of faith and science.
Thursday, March 9, 2023 4:00 PM-6:00 PMTeaching Evolution to Religiously - Sensitive Groups
Location: McClure Faith and Science Center
The Christian liberal arts are about freedom, ultimately. The classical liberal arts are about intellectual freedom. The Christian faith is about spiritual freedom. — David Holmes, Dean of CLAS
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