Stacy A. Trasancos earned a PhD in Chemistry from Penn State University and a MA in Dogmatic Theology from Holy Apostles College and Seminary. Before becoming Catholic, she worked as a chemist for DuPont before leaving to raise children. Now she teaches chemistry and physics for Kolbe Academy and theology and science courses for Holy Apostles and Seton Hall University.
She has been interviewed on Catholic radio, including SiriusXM The Catholic Channel, Relevant Radio, Redeemer Radio, Ave Maria Radio, Radio Maria, EWTN Global Catholic Network, Catholic Answers Live, and Breadbox Media, and was featured on Subject Matters on Salt & Light TV.
She has written numerous articles for Catholic publications, such as U.S. Catholic, St. Austin’s Review, The Integrated Catholic Life, National Catholic Register, Catholic Answers Magazine, and Catholic World Report. She is the author of Science Was Born of Christianity: The Teaching of Fr. Stanley L. Jaki and Particles of Faith: A Catholic Guide to Navigating Science (Ave Maria Press). You can follow Stacy through her web site here.
Science for Believers
What is science? How does the scientific method work? Are the results of science assured? Where are the flashpoints between science and faith? Why do scientists think the world is billions of years old? What’s the evidence for evolution? Is it as reliable as the public thinks? Are we ruled by chance? What do they mean, free will is an illusion? How are miracles possible? More so, why should the periodic table make us all kneel down and weep for joy? Come learn how to understand science as the study of the handiwork of God so you can navigate the confusions of our time.