15 May 2015

Upcoming FairMormon Conference in Darmstadt, Germany

Jeff will be presenting on the topic of “Science and Genesis” at an upcoming FairMormon Conference in Germany.
When: June 4-5, 2015
Where: Darmstadt, Germany
Other speakers include:
Terryl and Fiona Givens on The Crucible of Doubt
Sharon Eubank on Women and the Church
Brian and Laura Hales on Polygamy
Scott Gordon on Masonry and the Temple
Matt Grow on the First Vision
Rene Krywalt (from Austria) on Mormon baptism vs. other Christian baptisms
John Gee on the Book of Abraham
Dan Peterson on Evidences of the Book of Mormon
Ulrich Ruckauer on Joseph Smith's prophecies concerning Germany
Brother Konietz on Joseph Smith and Polygamy in German Church Published Media
More information about the conference is available here: FAIR Konferenz 2015
Here are a couple of other events coming in the next few months:

Presentation and Panel Featuring Rick Potts, Director of the Smithsonian “Hall of Human Origins”

At a recent meeting on Science and Religion sponsored by the American Association for the Advancement of Science, Rick Potts agreed to participate in an Interpreter-sponsored event in conjunction with the event in Cedar City they are sponsoring in October. More details soon.
When: October 2015
Where: Provo, Utah

Science and Mormonism 2: Body, Brain, Mind, and Spirit

This is the second in a series of Science and Mormonism symposia sponsored by The Interpreter Foundation. The all-day event will be keynoted by Guy Consolmagno, the Vatican astronomer and recent recipient of the Carl Sagan award. Other presenters confirmed to date include Camille Stilson Williams, James E. Faulconer, Jeff Bradshaw, John M. Butler, and Samuel M. Brown.
When: March 12, 2016
Where: Provo, Utah


  1. Hi, could you tell me where in Darmstadt the conference will take place? and what time it starts each day? and how much it will cost to attend, if anything at all?

    1. Hi! More information about the conference is available here:

      I've updated the blog post to include the link. Thanks!