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How living in an age of science and technology affects our understanding of Christianity

How living in an age of science and technology affects our understanding of Christianity: A 15-minute ISCAST board brainstorm (December 2016)

 

Christian positions on environmental theology

As a forester, I have had a passing interest in what has become eco-theology since the mid-1970s.  In that time a number of theologies of the environment have been produced, each claiming to be THE Christian position on the subject. 

The following is my attempt at presenting those I have been exposed to and to describe them dispassionately with what I see to be their their strengths and weaknesses.  Clearly there are differences among Christians in defining the problem and which Christian principles should apply.

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Interview with Alister McGrath

Rev. Dr Chris Mulherin interviews Rev. Dr Alister McGrath for The Melbourne Anglican. The full interview and audio will be published in early 2017.

 

 

The laws of nature: the ancient origins of a modern scientific puzzle, and its relationship to Christianity

ISCAST-CASE* (Sydney) Lecture, at New College, UNSW - Tues. 27th September 2016 at 7.30 pm
 
Title: The Laws of Nature: the ancient origins of a modern scientific puzzle, and its relationship to Christianity
 
Audio mp3 files of Dr Chris Forbes' lecture and the Q & A session following it, and pdf copy of his lecture outline are available for downloading now. (N.B., to save mp3 files to your computer, use right-click and choose ‘Save link as…’)
 

Dr Graeme Finlay ISCAST-CASE Lecture video

Dr Graeme Finlay's ISCAST-CASE Lecture, Unequivocal Genetic Evidence for Human Evolution, and Implications for Christian Faith, on 5th July, is now available to view on demand.

 

 

 

Genetics, evolution, cancer, suffering and God

ISCAST (Sydney) Lecture 2, at Robert Menzies College, Macquarie Univ. – Thurs. 7th July at 7.30 pm

Title:  Genetics, Evolution, Cancer, Suffering and God

Audio mp3 files of Dr Graeme Finlay's lecture and the Q & A session following it, and pdf copies of his PowerPoint slides are available for downloading now. (N.B., to save mp3 files to your computer, use right-click and choose ‘Save link as…’).

Unequivocal genetic evidence for human evolution, and implications for Christian faith

ISCAST-CASE* (Sydney) Lecture 1, at New College, UNSW - Tues. 5th July 2016 at 7.30 pm

Title: Unequivocal Genetic Evidence for Human Evolution, and Implications for Christian Faith

Audio mp3 files of Dr Graeme Finlay's lecture and the Q & A session following it, and pdf copies of his PowerPoint slides are available for downloading now. (N.B., to save mp3 files to your computer, use right-click and choose ‘Save link as…’).

The State of Play of the Science - Religion Dialogue in Australia

We are pleased to report that The State of Play of the Science - Religion Dialogue in Australia: Six Emerging Themes, Six Key Strategies, Six Core Values (an ISCAST discussion paper) is now available for download.
 
To download the paper, please read more here.
 

The Man Who Knew Infinity: A must see film

A review of the film
'The Man Who Knew Infinity'
By Katherine Seaton, May 2016

 

 

 

Gravitational waves with Prof. Tom McLeish

On Saturday 2 April, Prof. Tom McLeish (UK) joined ISCAST Vic via webinar to discuss gravitational waves. This webinar is now live for viewing by all.

 

 

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ISCAST Fellows

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