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Jennifer Wiseman, astrophysicist and keynote speaker at COSAC 2018 and the World Science Festival Brisbane will give evening lectures in Canberra on Monday 26 March, in Sydney on Tuesday 27 March and in Melbourne on Thursday 29 March

The February issue of the ISCAST Digest begins with an article about the Conference on Science and Christianity (COSAC). The Digest is full of fascinating stories and resources, and it's now available for download.

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The impressive line up of speakers and topics for ISCAST's March conference (COSAC​ 2018) ​is now on the presenters page of the COSAC website.

The speakers range from eminent Australians to New Zealanders and our special guest from the USA. They range from apologists to philosophers, from scientists and historians to theologians. But they all have one thing in common: they all long to make the good news of Jesus Christ relevant to a world that is increasingly alienated from its Christian heritage. Come to COSAC to be stimulated, to be encouraged, and to think hard about connecting faith and Aussie culture.

Dr Jennifer Wiseman will be in Australia in March 2018 at ISCAST's invitation. She will speak at the ISCAST Conference on Science and Christianity in Brisbane and will also be a main speaker at the World Science Festival Brisbane. Dr Wiseman is an astronomer and a Fellow and former President of the American Scientific Affiliation, a network of Christians in science.

ISCAST Executive Director Chris Mulherin interviews Professor Peter Harrison on the history of the complex and interdependent relationship between science and religion in the West.

Adam, Anthropology and the Genesis Record: Taking Genesis seriously in the light of contemporary science.
Allan John Day, January 2000