How should we read Genesis? Is Genesis meant to be a literal account of creation?
The latest issue of the ISCAST Digest, full of fascinating stories and resources, is now available for download.
Science is a deeply human activity that people have been doing long before the ‘scientific revolution’ a few hundred years ago – but then so is religion. Is there any evidence to suggest which came first?
Last week the new ABC irreligious religion program God Forbid run by James Carleton featured ISCAST Executive Director, Chris Mulherin, in conversation with Alice Klein, the Australian reporter for New Scientist.
ISCAST President Alan Gijsbers spoke recently at Tabor Adelaide on neuroscience and human identity. "What neuroscience says about who I am" is now posted as a video at the following link: What neuroscience says about who I am - Professor Alan Gijsbers
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Few people could have missed the advent of the "post-truth" age and the propagation of fake news. For Christians committed to truth and to the one who said "I am the truth," such attitudes can only be seen as cultural character flaws. And for scientists too this blurring of truth and lies ought to be anathema. In that spirit, we are happy to respond to a request to pass on details of the March for Science coming up soon.
Thanks to Ian Hore-Lacy for alerting us to this interesting commentary on 'Christian creation-care wars' in the US; for those interested in the politics and theological leanings behind care for the planet.
Does the discovery of exoplanets threaten established religions here on Earth?
A comment by ISCAST Fellow James Garth.
A promising new Christianity and science dictionary is due out in April.
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Cut-throat atmosphere in world-class labs and conferences closer to House of Cards than Big Bang Theory, says Swiss academic.
How living in an age of science and technology affects our understanding of Christianity: A 15-minute ISCAST board brainstorm (December 2016)