Discover more about how science and Christianity can support each other in our understanding of God's World.
Speakers and subjects
- Professor Keith Fox, Professor of Biochemistry, University of Southampton: Can I blame my genes?
- Dr Cherryl Hunt, Honorary Senior Research Fellow, University of Exeter: How might Christians think about the environment?
- Rev Dr Ernest Lucas, Vice-Principal Emeritus, Bristol Baptist College: Can we believe Genesis today?
- Dr Trevor Stammers, Reader in Bioethics, St Mary's University London: Is Christianity relevant to 21st century bioethics?
The day is free to attend and includes refreshments - all welcome.
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This event is supported by the University of Plymouth Multi-faith Chaplaincy; Scientists in Congregations; Christians in Science; The Minster Church of St Andrew, Plymouth; and The Faraday Institute for Science and Religion.