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COSAC 2022: Christian Living in a Techno-Scientific World
Scientists use ‘virtual unwrapping’ to read ancient biblical scroll reduced to ‘lump of charcoal’.
23 Sep 2016
Technology & AI
Turned to charcoal in a blaze nearly 1,500 years ago, using groundbreaking digital reconstruction the scroll has finally been read and identified as biblical.
“The Forest Underground” Sold Out. Now It’s Back.
ISCAST–NZCIS Conversations 2022 Series 2: All Recordings Now Available
All COSAC Speakers & Presentations Announced: Register Now!
ISCAST’s conference returns to grapple growing faith and science questions
Celebrating a Story of Science, Faith, and Passion at the Book Launch of “I Want to Fix Ears” by Graeme Clark
Book Launch: “Biblical Critical Theory” by Christopher Watkin
Register Now: COSAC 2022 “Christian Living in a Techno-Scientific World”
Peggy Kern on “How to Thrive” Documentary: What Happened after the Wellbeing Experiment?
“Human Technological Enhancement and Theological Anthropology” by Victoria Lorrimar
Melbourne Synod Motion Passed: Science, Faith, and Flourishing
Announcing $7000 in grants + mentorship for science–faith projects by students
New ISCAST discussion paper “Who to Trust?” examines Christian belief in Conspiracy Theories
COSAC 2022 Call for Papers: Christian Living in a Techno-Scientific World
Save the date for COSAC 2022: “Christian Living in a Techno-Scientific World”
Religiously Human in a Techno-Scientific World: Theological, Missional, and Pastoral Perspectives
“The Forest Underground” by Tony Rinaudo wins 2022 Australian Christian Book of the Year