Join us for a series of four lectures exploring science and faith, the aims to give an exposition of science in a faith context.
Endeavouring to challenge the perception of the difficulties of being a scientist while following your faith, each lecture opens up the discussion on a different aspect of challenging societal issues facing the church.
Sponsored by the Montgomery Trust and presented by Professor Christopher Southgate, Professor of Christian Theodicy at Exeter University. Chris trained originally as a research biochemist. He has taught for the Dept on the science-religion debate (and related areas such as environmental ethics) since 1993. His research interests include the problem of suffering in evolution, the concept of glory in the natural world and in religious poetry, tragic events affecting church congregations, and the science of the origin of life.
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Access to this course is through the Lady Chapel Entrance (via the Car Park).