Is there evidence of God from contemporary science?

Priest speaks on topic at ISU in Ames

By Susan Stanton
Witness Correspondent

AMES — Father Robert Spitzer, SJ, was the first 2017 speaker in the Msgr. James A. Supple Lecture Series held on Sept. 25 at Iowa State University. The lecture given by Father Spitzer was titled “Is There Evidence of God from Contemporary Science?” and sponsored by the Catholic Student Community, St Thomas Aquinas Catholic Church and Student Center and the Committee on Lectures (funded by Student Government) at Iowa State University.

Father Spitzer, past president of Gonzaga University, has a weekly TV series on EWTN called “Fr. Spitzer’s Universe.” He also has appeared on the History Channel, PBS, and debated Stephen Hawking and Leonard Mlodinow on the “Larry King Live” show.

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