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Why so many scientists are so ignorant

Why so many scientists are so ignorant - on Bill Nye, science and philosophy

 

 

 

Inventing the universe

Inventing the universe : why we can't stop talking about science, faith and God / Alister McGrath

A new book by Alister McGrath on the big questions around science and faith.

 

 

Stocktake sale

In the ISCAST office we have recently held our annual stocktake. We have put together the following bargain deals and packages for your perusal. 
 
Check back as more sales are being added during the next week.
 

 

Stocktake Sale

In the ISCAST Office we have recently held our annual Stocktake. We have put together the following bargain deals and packages for your perusal. 
 
Check back as more sales are being added during the next week.

 

The Penultimate Curiosity: Oxford launch

The Penultimate Curiosity / Roger Wagner and Andrew Briggs
 
 
 
 

Digest available online

The ISCAST Digest is a periodic circulation of collated news, views and wider events of interest to the ISCAST community.

Volume 8, Issue 1 of the ISCAST Digest is now available for download.

 

Download Volume 8, Issue 1

Past issues of the Digest are available for download here.
 
 

A galaxy (very) far, far away

A galaxy (very) far, far away

Meet GN-z11. We've found it 13.4 billion light years away - and it's a big one / by Michele Trenti

 

The Simeon Network: Write 2016 - call for papers

The Simeon Network - Write 2016: Call for papers

We received notification of a call for papers from our friends at The Simeon Network. Read below for more information or contact write@simeonnetwork.org

 

Earth scientists, bishops and fracking ... a heady mix at Durham

Earth Scientists, Bishops and Fracking ... a heady mix at Durham / Tom McLeish
 
David Wilkinson has a succinct way to say it: ‘Learn to see Science not as a secular threat, but as God’s Gift’. From that notion follows everything we are excited about.

The big story: from stardust to new creation

The big story: from stardust to new creation
 
What if we told the story of the Bible from the perspective of what science has learned about God's world?

 

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