How living in an age of science and technology affects our understanding of Christianity: A 15-minute ISCAST board brainstorm (December 2016)
Volume 8 Issue 4 of the ISCAST Digest is now available for download.
A podcast by Anna Goodman, neuroscientist, and Ruth Bancewicz asking what we can find out from studying neurological disease. How has Anna found a way to fit family life and career together, and how do both of those aspects of life complement her faith and role in the church?
Modern humans evolved in Africa roughly 200,000 years ago. But how did our species go on to populate the rest of the globe?
Scientists incentivised to publish surprising results frequently in major journals, despite risk that such findings are likely to be wrong, suggests research
Written for general readers of all religious backgrounds, Reason and Wonder introduces some of the most fruitful discussions now taking place between leading thinkers in science and theology.
Volume 8 Issue 3 of the ISCAST Digest is now available for download.
An interview with Dr Graeme Finlay - August 2016
Science may have changed the way we read the opening chapters of Genesis, but we still need to respect the historical integrity of the text.
Dr Graeme Finlay presents on Genetics, Evolution, Cancer, Suffering and God at Tabor College.
To get computer models to look similar to the Universe around us, cosmologists have assumed that around 96 per cent of matter and energy are in forms that we cannot directly detect. You might think that this would make cosmologists wary of relying on such hypothetical substances. Yet for the majority working today, dark matter and dark energy are every bit as real as the stars and galaxies that we can see.
Volume 8, Issue 2 of the ISCAST Digest is now available for download.
Volume 8, Issue 1 of the ISCAST Digest is now available for download.
Volume 7, Issue 3 of the ISCAST Digest is now available for download.