Recently we received another generous donation in support of Chris Mulherin’s work as our Executive Project Officer. Currently, as at 5 June, we have raised $27,380.
We thank everyone who has contributed in this way. Your faithfulness has been most encouraging.
There are three things that come out of this:
1: We still have $7,620 to raise to cover this year’s costs. Please consider if you could provide to help cover this. A donation of $300 each would go a long way.
Date: Thursday 9 July. 12:15 - 1:30pm
Title: Pope Francis on 'catastrophic' climate change, world poverty, & social equity.
Speakers: Dr Mick Pope and Prof. Joe Camilleri.
Venue: The Salvation Army Hall, 69 Bourke St. Melbourne.
Athens and Jerusalem: Science-and-Religion Strategies among Interpreters of Genesis 1 through the Centuries
Date: Friday 10 - Saturday 11 July, 2015
Topic: CSSRS's annual Write Workshop
Academic Contributors: Prof. Kevin Hart, Dr. Tom Aectner
Venue: Emmanuel College, University of Queensland, Brisbane
For a Draft Program, Registration and full information, please visit the CSSRS website
Date: Sunday 5 July 2015, 9 - 10.30 am
Topic: Science + Faith Exploring the question: Where is God in Natural Disasters?
Speaker: Dr. Jonathan Clarke (Geologist and ISCAST Fellow)
Venue: Hurstbridge Uniting Church (Opp, CFA)
Join in a light breakfast (free), presentation and respectful discussion, followed by brief worship time.
Date: Thursday 3 September
Topic: Faith & Public Office
Speakers: Full list of speakers available on the conference website.
Venue: Emmanuel College, Sir William MacGregor Drive, St Lucia
Cost: Early Bird before 3 July $60, From 4 July $90
On Thursday, Pope Francis issued a powerful and timely encyclical on the environment, urging humanity to come to its senses and cease its reckless onslaught against God's creation.
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.