Christian Resources Exhibition International 2016 ExCel London: 17-20 May, 2016
We are delighted to be hosting a stand and presenting two seminars at this year’s Christian Resources Exhibition in London. Christian Resources Exhibition (CRE) is one of the most ecumenical events in the Christian calendar and no other exhibition in Europe features so many organisations from such a broad church. Church leaders experience a wide range of resources under one roof, as well as receiving inspiration, teaching and encouragement through a programme of seminars and arts performances.
This year The Faraday Institute will have a stand for the four days, where visitors can access a wide range of resources and chat or discuss through various topics relating to science and religion. We are also pleased to be presenting the following seminars:
Tuesday 17th May Science and Faith
Has science disproved God? Should Christians avoid science? How can we reach non-believers who are convinced that religion has no place in a scientific world? Explore an approach with a positive attitude to the interactions of science and Christianity. Lizzie Coyle, The Faraday Institute
Wednesday 18th May
Wonders of the Living World: Biology and Belief
Step past the usual debates about science and faith, and instead celebrate creation, appreciate its intricacies and fruitfulness, and learn how science can hint at questions of meaning and purpose that go beyond science. Dr Ruth Bancewicz, The Faraday Institute
Research Seminars are held at 1.00 p.m. on alternate Tuesdays during full term in the Garden Room, Library Building, St. Edmund’s College. A free light buffet lunch and drinks are served from 12.30 p.m. onwards. All are welcome. Wednesday 1 June 2016
Research Seminar: Faculty of Divinity Is it Appropriate to Endorse Methodological Naturalism from a Christian Epistemic? Prof. Alan Torrance
(University of St. Andrew's)
Please note this seminar is being held in the Faculty of Divinity on Wednesday 1 June at 2.30pm in the Runcie Room.
Kenyan Christian and Scientific Affiliation 10-13 May Keith Fox and Hilary Marlow from the Faraday Institute will travel to Kenya to speak at the inaugural KCSA training workshop in Naivasha. They will be delivering eight lectures on a range of science and religion issues to 100 KcSA members. The theme of the training will be : Building consensus between scientific principles and Christian values. Participants will be lecturers and professors, postgraduate students and researchers.
For more details about KCSA please contact local organiser
Peter Kirira firstname.lastname@example.org
Faraday Courses July 3-8 July Summer Course 11: Science and Religion: Conversations between Worldviews (Lucy Cavendish, Cambridge) Deadline for applications: May 23, 2016
Deadline for Bursary applications: April 25, 2016 September 16-18 September Short Course 36 : Reality, Robots and Religion(Robinson College, Cambridge) Deadline for applications: August 1, 2016
Deadline for Bursary applications: June 27, 2016