On October 27, the third book in the Maxwell Institute’s Living Faith series was released—Steven L. Peck’s Evolving Faith: Wanderings of a Mormon Biologist. We celebrated by hosting a panel discussion at Writ & Vision in Provo, Utah.
Three panelists shared their thoughts about the book, and about their own experiences navigating issues pertaining to theology and science. The panel featured George Handley (BYU’s associate dean of Humanities), Jani Radebaugh (BYU associate professor of geological science), and Duane Jeffery (emeritus professor of biology, BYU). Although the recording isn’t the best quality, the conversation gets high marks.
Evolving Faith debuted as the #1 overall book in Mormonism on Amazon and spent more than a week in the #1 spot for New Release in Mormonism. In addition to Amazon, it’s available at local LDS bookstores in Utah and at Deseret Book.
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