Sep 07

Bookings are now open! Please click here if you would like to make a booking.

ISCAST Victoria is hosting a symposium to explore how Christians can get involved in dealing with the incredibly complex problems we are facing in society today. Refugee resettlement, climate change, the global loss of biodiversity, aboriginal health, family violence, and economic development are examples of some of these and for which there are no simple, straightforward solutions.

Oct 01

Speaker: Dr Henry Fritz Schaefer, SB (MIT), PhD (Stanford University).

Cost: No charge, but seating is limited. For catering and seating purposes, it would be appreciated if you could please register.

Registration: Please email (Em. Prof.) Peter Barry (or contact him by mobile on 0419 243 685) giving him your name, email address and mobile number. For any other information, also contact Peter Barry by email or mobile.

Nov 07

The public is invited to the launch of "Science and Christianity: Understanding the Conflict Myth" by ISCAST Executive Director Chris Mulherin. If you would like to attend, please email ISCAST for the exact address:

The book can be bought through ISCAST: see the book link in the right sidebar.

Nov 10

Christ Church Dingley, in conjunction with ISCAST, is hosting a panel and question time on the topic "Can a scientist really believe in God?"

All are welcome.

The panel members are:

Prof. Michael Clarke, Professor of Zoology, La Trobe University

Rev. Dr Chris Mulherin, Executive Director of ISCAST

Prof. John Pilbrow, Emeritus Professor of Physics, Monash University

Feb 12

This forum entitled "Living with Bushfires: Starting a conversation" features ISCAST fellow Richard Gijsbers. ISCAST Executive Director Chris Mulherin will start the ball rolling with an account of his experience at Mallacoota during the New Year's Eve fire. The forum is organised by St Thomas's Anglican Church is open to the public. Do join us!

Sep 24

Don’t let COVID crush you! Don’t let lockdown get you down! Join us for a fascinating series of weekly online conversations through to December.

This year has been extraordinarily difficult sometimes even verging on the bizarre. While some of us have filled these endless hours working and teaching our kids, others have felt a sense of disconnectedness, been lonely and without purpose. What better way to fight the COVID blues than by joining the ISCAST 2020 conversations series?