Christianity & Science
in Conversation.

ISCAST is a network of people, from students and lay people to distinguished academics, exploring the interface of science, technology, and Christian faith.

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The Unique Role of the Church in the Loneliness Crisis

Loneliness and mental health are substantial and growing concerns in the US and Australia. Vivienne Smith shows how sociological studies...

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29 Nov

COSAC 2024: Humanity 2.0? God, Technology, and the Future of Being Human

29th November 2024 @ 10:00 am  – 
1st December 2024 @ 5:00 pm
New College, University of NSW
4 Jul

The Church and the Cosmos: 2000 Years of Continuing Dialogue

4th July 2024 @ 7:00 pm  – 
4th July 2024 @ 9:00 pm
South Perth Uniting Church (entrance/parking details below)

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ISCAST—The Institute for the Study of Christianity in an Age of Science and Technology

ISCAST's mission is to engage Australians in constructive conversation between Christian faith and the sciences. We are convinced that Christian faith has much to say in engagement with the sciences, and we are concerned that so many people, both outside and some within the Christian church, think that there is a destructive conflict between faith and science.

The rapid development of science and technology has left many people bewildered, leading some to accept a naturalistic, “science-only” mindset, while others retreat to a fundamentalism that rejects much of mainstream science.

This is why we engage in constructive science-faith conversations through conferences, seminars, interviews, book reviews, our academic journal (CPOSAT) and providing Christian insights into the latest scientific developments in news and opinion pieces.

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