Interface Lectures: Niels Henrik Gregersen (Tues & Weds evenings; Thurs afternoon)

Date(s) - February 22, 2022 - February 24, 2022
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Join us every night from Feb 22–24 for the 2022 Interface lecture series. This year’s lectures will be delivered by the University of Copenhagen’s Professor of Systematic Theology, Niels Henrik Gregersen.

Lecture One: “Christ in a World of Creativity and Suffering: Deep Incarnation and the Evolution of Biological Agency”

When: Tuesday, February 22 | 7–9 pm

Lecture Two: “An Eco-theology of Wondering, Intervening, and Enmeshment”: Deep Incarnation and the Three Ecologies”

When: Wednesday, February 23 | 7–9 pm

Lecture Three: “Living in a World of Shocks and Resilience: Towards a Theology of Disasters”

When: Thursday, February 24 | 4–6 pm


Interface offers lectures, articles and other resources that probe and preserve the relationship between theology and science—working toward healing the breach between these disciplines as they have taken shape in our late modern age.


Niels Henrik Gregersen is currently Professor of Systematic Theology (Contemporary Theology) at the University of Copenhagen, having served as Research Professor of Theology and Science at Aarhus University from 2000-2004.

Within the field of contemporary theology, Professor Gregersen specializes in the theology of creation and Christology, and is well known for developing the eco-theological proposal of “deep incarnation.”
Within the field of science & religion, Professor Gregersen specializes in the philosophy of Darwinian biology and the sciences of complexity, especially concepts of self-organization and information theory.

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