Some talks and lectures were live-streamed on the ISCAST Facebook page during COSAC 2018. What a wealth of fascinating talks!
Tom Aechtner: Teaching warfare: The perpetuation of science-religion conflict in modern university textbooks
Sarah Beattie: From Eden to interstellar space: Radical departures form the familiar, to reality at the boundaries of the thinkable
Cosimo Chiera and Thomas Edwards: The mathematics of forgiveness
Jonathan Clarke: A sense of total depravity: Secular responses to exploring the ‘final frontier’
Denise Cooper-Clarke: Living with ‘assisted dying’: An introduction to the issues and ethics of voluntary euthanasia and assisted suicide in Australia
Christopher Forbes: Early Greek philosophy: The beginnings of Western secular humanism?
James Garth: War of the worldviews: Naturalism, theism and the vision of space exploration
Alan Gijsbers: ISCAST President’s address
Alan Gijsbers: Truth, light, glory
David Graieg: Does it violate scientific/historical methodology to claim that Jeses rose from the dead? (Part 1)
David Graieg: Does it violate scientific/historical methodology to claim that Jeses rose from the dead? (Part 2)
Ian Harper: The science of economics in the service of God
Peter Harrison: Clearing the air about the Galileo affair
Philippa Lohmeyer-Collins: Can 9 and 10-year-olds gain the skills to see the differences between science and religion?
Fergus McGinley: Science, materialism and the zombie apocalypse
Ross McKenzie: Do ancient religious texts contain modern scientific knowledge?
John Pilbrow: Metaphysical assumptions underpinning science
Loretta Scolaro: Genesis and evolution: Let’s talk about it!
Simon Wayte: The holographic Christ: Finding meaning in a chaotic world
Andrew Wood: Quantum minds, quantum souls: Does quantum theory give insight into mind/body/soul interactions?