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Lord of all creation
Emeritus Professor Ken Campbell FAA, December 2014

Wheaton College's John Walton on why Genesis 1 shouldn't be read as a science text but taken seriously for what it is.



An excerpt published on the BioLogos Forum of Loren Haarsma's essay, 'Evolution and Divine Revelation: Synergy, not Conflict, in Understanding Morality', asks whether evolution compromises human morality.


Review of Darwin and Evolution - Interfaith Perspectives: Interface 12/1&2
Charles Sherlock, May 2011




953432Doppelganger planet: Astrobiology and contrasting Christian and transhumanist eschatologies
Jonathan Clarke, May 2011


Review of Bradley Monton's book 'Seeking God in Science: an atheist defends Intelligent Design'
Murray Hogg, December 2010.

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


Prof David Cohen:  ISCAST (NSW) / CASE Meeting 
Date: 18 October, 2010
Venue: New College, University of NSW


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


Review of George Vaillant's book 'Spiritual evolution: how we are wired for faith, hope and love'
Alan Gijsbers, June 2010.


Review of Ken Miller's book 'Only a Theory: Evolution and the Battle for America's Soul'
Alan Gijsbers, June 2010.

Exploring Questions of Origins
James Garth, April 2010.


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


Understanding and Teaching Intelligent Design
Brian Edgar, October 2009.


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



Science, Religion and the Origin of Species

Darwinism, Creationism, Intelligent Design & Theistic Evolution
Ted Peters & Martinez Hewlett, June 2007



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


Review of Denis Alexander's book 'Creation or Evolution: Do We Have To Choose?'
David Marlow, June 2009.


Review of Stephen Godfrey & Christopher Smith's book 'Paradigms on Pilgrimage - creationism, palaeontology and Biblical interpretation'    Ian Hore-Lacy, February 2009.


St. Paul's Cathedral, February 8, 2009
Professor Philip Batterham


St. Paul's Cathedral, February 8, 2009
Professor John Pilbrow


Evolution—a short guide for the perplexed
Bruce Craven, October 2008


Helen Joynt, September 2008.


What does Genesis tell us?
Bruce Craven, June 2008.


Intelligent Design: Good Science? Good Theology? Or...?
Allan John Day, November 2005.


Practising Science in a Secular Society
Alan Gijsbers, October 2005.


Intelligent design has no place in science classes
Richard G Colling, August 2005.


The Genesis of Everything: An historical account of the Bible’s opening chapter
John P Dickson, March 2008.


The Bible as Communication
W Grainge Clarke, December 2007.



God's Statistical Universe
Robert J Stening, September 2006



Wrong fight, wrong concepts, wrong everything.
W Grainge Clarke, April 2006


Review of Denis Alexander's book Rebuilding the Matrix: Science and Faith in the 21st Century
Allan John Day, April 2003.


Adam, Anthropology and the Genesis Record: taking genesis seriously in the light of contemporary science.

Allan John Day, January 2000


Genesis 1–3: Science? History? Theology?
J A Thompson, September 1996


Simon Conway Morris, Steve Fuller, Alex Hochuli, David Perks  
Institute of Ideas, London, UK 10.28.07

Prof. Richard Colling - ISCAST (NSW) Lecture
Date: 23 July, 2008
Venue: Holy Trinity Anglican Church Hall, Kingsford


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