This article published in The Melbourne Anglican is based on an interview by ISCAST Executive Director Chris Mulherin with New Atheist cosmologist Lawrence Krauss. You can hear the interview and read the transcript here.
The article begins:
St Peter's Eastern Hill will be recognising science week with an event involving a service, afternoon tea, and a discussion on the theme of science week for 2019 – namely, "Destination Moon: More Missions, More Science". Our Executive Director, Chris Mulherin, will be preaching at the services at 9.30 and 11 a.m.
The discussion will look at some questions raised by the topic, such as:
ISCAST Fellow Andrew Sloane has recently published an article on resurrection as both a spiritual and scientific phenomenon, and what it means to engage with the concept of death as a person of faith.
ISCAST fellow Andrew Sloane is organising a faith and work conference at Morling College in Sydney. It features Mark Greene, Executive Director of The London Institute for Contemporary Christianity, and a range of key figures in the faith and work movement in Australia. Running from July 4 to 6, the conference is open to all.
In this extended book review of Hostility to Hospitality: Spirituality and Professional Socialization within Medicine published in the Christian Journal for Global Health, ISCAST President, Alan Gijsbers, summarises and critiques an important book exploring the need for a larger place for spirituality in the delivery of health care.
He agrees with the need but critiques some of reasons put forward to meet that need. For Alan the secular world need not be a hostile place for spirituality, but it calls for wisdom and winsomeness in the way we promote the gospel.
ISCAST fellow James Garth spoke on "Science and Faith: Enemies or Friends?" to a large crowd of young people recently at St Hilary's Anglican Church in Melbourne.
Eternity News recently interviewed Ken Ham from Answers in Genesis and asked ISCAST
Executive Director Chris Mulherin for a response.
ISCAST distinguished fellow Denis Alexander talks about whether there is purpose in biology and in life, in this podcast with Natasha Moore at the Centre for Public Christianity.
Listen to the podcast here: https://www.publicchristianity.org/homo-divinus/