The Board has commissioned James to complete the statistical analysis and write up the results of his 'perceptions of faith' survey. Read his initial report here.
It will take $10k to complete the research and write it up. We are inviting friends and members of ISCAST to donate to this fund to get this project completed.
If you wish to help this project along, please make a donation and specify that it is for the "Research Fund".
Thanks to more generous donations in support of Chris Mulherin’s work as our Executive Project Officer. As at 21 October 2015, we have raised $34,448.
Let's kick this goal out of the park and make a head-start to next year's goal of $60,000!
We thank everyone who has contributed in this way. Your faithfulness has been most encouraging.
Graeme Clark : the man who invented the bionic ear by Mark Worthing is now available for purchase through the ISCAST office.
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Australia's mining boom might be over, but some of our brightest engineers say we shouldn't be looking at the ground in search of another economic windfall -- we should be looking to the stars.
The presupposition of science-based atheism
Jonathan M. Hanes, November 2015
Audio mp3 files of Professor Tom McLeish’s lecture and the Q & A session following it, and pdf copies of their PowerPoint slides at either 1 slide per page (1pp) or 2 slides per page (2pp), and a pdf copy of a transcript closely related to his lecture are available for downloading now. (N.B., to save mp3 files to your computer, use right-click and choose ‘Save link as…’).
The more you go to church, the less likely you are to see science and religion as incompatible, according to the latest Pew Research Center survey.
Pew survey: Do science and religion conflict? It’s all in how you ‘see’ it
Sometimes believers and their critics, each frustrated at their inability to make the other side "see", feel they are speaking a different language. New Australian research suggests there is some justification for thinking so.
Have you visited the ISCAST Online Journal lately?
Papers are available for you to download in the form of articles, opinions, reviews, reflections and discussions.