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The importance of realism in assessing technological possibilities: The role of Christian thinking
Gareth Jones, June 2013.


Peter G.H. Clarke explores the controversy around the Libet experiment.



Denis Alexander writes on the Biologos Forum on the theological implications of human genomics.



Does it matter that people who have had near-heaven experiences are confused theologically, so long as good news is preached?


The 2012 Gifford Lectures featuring Denis Alexander are available to view online.


George F. R. Ellis, Denis Noble and Timothy O'Connor discuss top-down causation.



Do we have souls?Tim O'Connor asks whether we have a soul.


Free WillAlvin Plantinga reviews Sam Harris' book, Free Will. "Sam Harris claims that free will is an illusion. What we ordinarily believe in this neighborhood, he says, is completely mistaken: "You will do whatever it is you do, and it is meaningless to assert that you could have done otherwise"; "we know that determinism, in every sense relevant to human behavior, is true." Doesn't that imply that we human beings are not responsible for what we do?"


Biblical Anthropology and its Impact on Addiction Care.
Presented by Associate Professor Alan Gijsbers at the ISCAST Vic Intensive 2010


103941Do we need to rethink the Pill?
Presented by Dr. Denise Cooper-Clarke at the ISCAST Vic Intensive 2010


1237146Research Ethics: How does ‘believing the Bible’ affect the way a scientist does science?
Presented by Andrew Wood at the ISCAST Vic Intensive 2010


On the Fixity and Fluidity of Species
Presented by Brian Edgar at the ISCAST Vic Intensive 2010


Technological inroads into the beginnings of human life: Social, ethical and religious repercussions
Presented by Professor Gareth Jones at the ISCAST Vic Intensive 2010


Professor D. Gareth Jones - ISCAST Victoria Annual Lecture
Date: Friday 29 October 2010
Venue: Queen's College, Melbourne


Dr Ian McFarlane:  ISCAST (NSW) / CASE Meeting 
Date: 23 August, 2010
Venue: Main Meeting Room, New College, NSW


Review of "The Faraday Papers" (various authors)
Ian Hore-Lacy, August 2010.


Prof Darrel Falk:  ISCAST (NSW) / CASE Meeting 
Date: 15 June, 2006
Venue: Christ Church Anglican, St Ives, NSW


The Implications of Creating Synthetic Life - Radio Interview
Brian Edgar, May 2010.


Science and an unlikely God
Prof. Simon Conway Morris, September 2009
Source: CPX


Starfish, Octopuses and the uniqueness of Humans
Prof. Simon Conway Morris, September 2009
Source: CPX


Dr Graeme Finlay on Science and Theology
Date: September 2009


Dr. Graeme Finlay:  ISCAST (NSW) - CASE Lecture 
Date: 17 September, 2009
Venue: New College, University of NSW


Biotheology: Theology, Ethics and the New Biotechnologies
Brian Edgar, July 2009.


Genetics and Bioethics
Dr Francis Collins, August 2008


Review of Simon Conway Morris' book 'Life's Solution: Inevitable Humans In A Lonely Universe'
Robert Stening, June 2009.


Professor D. Gareth Jones:  ISCAST (NSW) - CASE Lecture 
Date: 29 May, 2009
Venue: New College, University of NSW


Review of Francis Collins' book 'The Language of God'
Ian Hore-Lacy, March 2009.


Stem Cells (August 2006)
Gregory Pike, September 2006.


Death of Science?
Bruce Craven, November 2003 


Ethics, Experiments and Embryos: A Christian's Observations on the Embryonic Stem Cell Debate
Brian Edgar, April 2003


Biotechnology and Medical Ethics: Thinking biblically about contemporary medicine
Allan J Day, April 2002


Theological Responses to Contemporary Biology
Allan J Day, March 2002




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