God and Science Seminar
This innovative series of regional science and faith seminars around Australia has been designed to meet the needs of those who have a significant role in shaping the minds and hearts of members of the Christian community.
An initiative of the Graeme Clark Research Institute at Tabor Adelaide along with the John Templeton Foundation and ISCAST
These seminars may be used as a platform to explore the relationship between science and faith in Christian life and ministry. Each seminar is an opportunity for church leaders and/or teachers to meet and reflect together in a spirit of openness and charity.
If you are a schoolteacher grappling with issues of Christian faith and science in your school, the God and Science in the Classroom seminar series is just for you.
If you are a pastor or other church leader grappling with issues of Christian faith and science in the church, the God and Science in the Pulpit seminar series is just for you.
Monday 19th March 2012 | Presented by Mark Worthing
Wednesday 21st March | Presented by Graham Buxton
Wednesday 21st March | Presented by Mark Worthing
Monday 26th March | Presented by Chris Mulherin
Monday 26th March | Presented by Mark Worthing
Tuesday 27th March | Presented by Chris Mulherin
Wednesday 28th March | Presented by Graham Buxton
About the Presenters
The three seminar presenters, Graham Buxton, Mark Worthing and Chris Mulherin are all highly respected and experienced educators and pastors.
- Reverend Dr Graham Buxton is the Director of the Graeme Clark Research Institute, and Head of Postgraduate Studies in the School of Ministry, Theology and Culture at Tabor Adelaide. He is an ordained Anglican minister with extensive experience in pastoral ministry.
- Reverend Dr Mark Worthing is Senior Research Fellow with the Graeme Clark Research Institute. He is well-published and active as a conference speaker in the field of science and religion. Mark is also an ordained Lutheran pastor.
- Reverend Chris Mulherin has degrees in Engineering, Philosophy and Theology and is currently writing a doctorate on scientific and religious knowledge. He is an Anglican Minister and has spent 13 years working in Argentina.
God and Science: In the Classroom is a free seminar and includes light refreshments on the day. However, a donation of $10 per attendee would be gratefully accepted. Donations can be made online.
For more information on seminar locations, times and how to donate click here
--- An initiative of the Graeme Clark Research Institute at Tabor Adelaide along with the John Templeton Foundation and ISCAST ---