The Protestant lecture at Brug-Es Church in Dwingeloo can be followed online.  God and science are not mutually exclusive.

The Protestant lecture at Brug-Es Church in Dwingeloo can be followed online. God and science are not mutually exclusive.

Using the ASTRON Radio Telescope, at the edge of Dwingelderveld, the universe has been studied since 1956. Photo: William Bram

The question Falk asks is whether we humans are responsible for the future of God’s creation. Is this future in our hands or in the hands of God? In his lecture – which aligns with PKN’s annual motto “You are the future” – Falk talks about the highly topical and urgent topic of “sustainability”. It depicts the grandeur of creation, the earth, the universe, in contrast to the smallness of man. Then zoom in on trusting God and how that determines our attitude toward nature, animals, and the people around us.

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