Future Events

Most of the events listed here are not organised by this local Christians in Science group.  Many events are being held online, either exclusively or in hybrid mode with a physical meeting, and can easily be accessed regardless of geographical location, so we are including events of interest that are organised elsewhere.  Click the links for further information including how to access the events (prior booking may be required).

Science, Spirituality and the Problem of Evil

Rupert Shortt

Faraday Institute seminar: Tuesday 7 February 2023 at 13:00

Online and in person (Cambridge)

faraday.cam.ac.uk/event/rupert-shortt-science-spirituality-and-the-problem-of-evil/

Evolution by Design? Re-evaluating the Darwin-Gray exchange on the compatibility of purpose and evolution

Rope Kojonen

Faraday Institute seminar: Tuesday 21 February 2023 at 13:00

Online and in person (Cambridge)

faraday.cam.ac.uk/event/dr-rope-kojonen-evolution-by-design-re-evaluating-the-darwin-gray-exchange-on-the-compatibility-of-purpose-and-evolution/

Why theology needs science – and why science needs theology

Lydia Jaeger

Faraday Institute seminar: Tuesday 7 March 2023 at 13:00

Online and in person (Cambridge)

faraday.cam.ac.uk/event/prof-lydia-jaeger-why-theology-needs-science-and-why-science-needs-theology/

Science, Faith and Ethics

CiS CONNECT Conference (for students, graduates and early careers)

11 March 2023: Sheffield and online (hybrid event)

John Bryant: A life in science and faith: wonder and responsibility

Cara Parrett: Connecting to climate change

Nathan Bossoh: Science, Christianity, and representation: ethnic dimension in past and present

Zachary Ardern: Facts and faith versus fake news: responding to disinformation as a Christian in science

Dave Hutchings: Will science save humanity?

For more information including a link for ticket sales, see:

Note that ‘Early Bird’ tickets are available until 11 February, after which the prices will increase.

The Uneasy Sleeps of Max Maxwell… waking up to artificial intelligence

A new one-act play by Richard Hasnip, performed by the Riding Lights Theatre Company on tour, followed by panel discussion with leading scientists

Next local performance: Monday 20 February at 19:30, Hillside Church, Gateshead

For further details see:

Science, Faith and Hope for the Future

Faraday Institute Summer Course

2 to 7 July 2023

Lucy Cavendish College, Cambridge

Details available later, see:

faraday.cam.ac.uk/event/the-faraday-institute-summer-course-2023/

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