Actually, ATS is FULL of such gobbledygook... and not just from the religious types.
All this proves is that people are eager to hear things that reinforce what they already think and feel... to the detriment of their own wellbeing.
In the Darwinian perspective, order is not immanent in reality, but it is a self-affirming aspect of reality in so far as it is experienced by situated subjects. However, it is not so much reality that is self-affirming, but the creative order structuring reality which manifests itself to us. Being-whole, as opposed to being-one, underwrites our fundamental sense of locatedness and particularity in the universe. The valuation of order qua meaningful order, rather than order-in-itself, has been thoroughly objectified in the Darwinian worldview.
This shows once again the appeal of religious gibberish to the educated believer, and demonstrates that conference organizers either don’t read what they publish, or do read it and think that if it’s opaque then it must be profound.
Listen to everything, read everything, believe in nothing unless you can prove it in your own right. -- Milton William Cooper