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Suffering, Healing, and Meaning, with Philip Yancey and Julia Wattacheril
We are delighted to host the next event in our "Discovery and Doxology" series in partnership with BioLogos and Church of the Advent. This series brings together leading scientists and theologians to discuss the relationship between science and faith.

On Friday, April 23rd author and theologian Philip Yancey will be joined by Dr. Julia Wattacheril to discuss suffering and it's redemption. Yancey believes that "the redemption of pain is better than the removal of it." Yancey and Wattacheril will help us think through the meaning of our personal and national pain and how knowing the God who suffers-with us transforms our suffering into something beautiful. We hope you will join us!

This event was made possible through the support of a grant from Templeton Religion Trust. The opinions expressed in this program do not necessarily reflect the views of Templeton Religion Trust.

Apr 23, 2021 01:30 PM in Eastern Time (US and Canada)

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Speakers

Philip Yancey
Philip Yancey, author of books like Disappointment with God, The Jesus I Never Knew, and What’s So Amazing About Grace, is one of the best selling Christian authors alive today. His interactions with Christians from around the world and his early church experiences inform his writing on faith, the problem of pain, and unexpected grace. He holds graduate degrees in Communications and English from Wheaton College and the University of Chicago. Yancey lives in Colorado as a freelance writer and avid hiker.
Julia Wattacheril
Julia Wattacheril, MD, MPH is a clinician investigator, transplant hepatologist, and director of the adult nonalcoholic fatty liver disease program at Columbia University Irving Medical Center – NY Presbyterian Hospital. As a Christian, her passion for faith and work integration began in medical school in Houston at the Baylor College of Medicine. After moving to NYC, she completed the Gotham Fellowship at the Center for Faith and Work and continues to develop innovative ways to implement spiritual tools to help healthcare providers and the patients they serve. She has a particular heart for connecting with people at the fringes of any sphere but particularly in academic medicine.