Register Now: The ISCAST–NZCIS Conversations 2022

The ISCAST–NZCIS Conversations are returning for the first series of 2022, with 10 weekly online conversations from the 3rd of March to the 12th of May. This time, we are discussing one of the most important, complex, and pressing themes of today: Creation Care in the Climate-Change Century.

More information on speakers and topics can be found on the event page.

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Thursday nights from 3 March until 12 May (Break on 14 April)
Starts 6.30 p.m. AEST or 8.30 p.m. NZST
Presentation: 30 minutes
Discussion & Questions: 30 mins +


This one-off fee will cover the cost of attending all the conversations.

$25 for ISCAST and NZCIS members
$50 for non-members
$10 for student/concession non-members
FREE for student/concession members of ISCAST or NZCIS

Creation Care in the Climate-Change Century

What does it mean to live as God’s people in the 21st century after Christ? Especially, what does it mean to care for the planet—God’s planet—at a time when we are now aware of the profound effects humans are having on the creation? While scientific and technological advances have made the world a much better place for billions of people, we have also reached the point where those same advances could be globally devastating. Are there specifically Christian attitudes to creation care? And how should different “Christian” views be reconciled? This series of conversations promises to lead participants into this discussion.

About the ISCAST–NZCIS Conversations

Since 2020, ISCAST and New Zealand Christians in Science have run the Conversations series, with an aim to promote a dialogue between the sciences and the Christian faith. Experts are invited to speak on their topic, which is then followed by a Q&A and discussion.

Check out our recordings from the last ISCAST–NZCIS Conversations series:



“The result of the Conversations for me is that theology and science together now truly inform my worship—no doubts, no niggles, no uncertainty.”

“New subjects and old ones, presented brilliantly.”