Events

May 18

Topic: A God's Eye View of the World in the Divine Speeches to Job

Date: Thursday 18 May, 2017

Time: 7.30 - 9.30pm

Venue: St Peter's Hall, Eastern Hill, Melbourne

Cost: $15 (concession: $12)

Speakers: Rev. Dr Graeme Garrett

May 23

Lecture Title: "Is the brain just a computer made of flesh? What does neuroscience say about who I am?"

Date and time: Tuesday 23rd May at 7.30 pm

Speaker: Associate Professor Alan Gijsbers, MBBS, FRACP, FAChAM, DTM&H, PGDip Epi

May 31

Topic: Religious influences on behavioural and brain response to mortality threats

Speaker: Professor Shihui Han

Date: Wednesday 31 May, 12.30 pm - 2.00 pm

Venue: Hoogenraad LectureTheatre, LIMS 1 Building, Science Drive, Bundoora Campus, La Trobe University

RSVP: appreciated but not essential by 30 May asia@latrobe.edu.au

Jun 29

The conversation about euthanasia and end-of-life care is fraught with medical, moral, and, for Christians, theological complexity. (For example, what is the difference between killing and letting die?) Currently, the current Victorian Government discussions of the issue are paving the way for significant changes. This event run by the University of Divinity's Centre for Religion and Social Policy features Peter Singer (world famous utilitarian philosopher) and Margaret Somerville (from Notre Dame and McGill Universities).
 

Date: Thursday 29 June

Sep 15

Matter rich in mystery vastness is bearable only through love, radio telescope consciousness billions upon billions Drake Equation dream of the mind's eye with pretty stories for which there's little good evidence dream of the mind's eye Cambrian explosion.

Mar 23

Save the Date!

We are planning to hold the next COSAC (Conference on Science and Christianity) to coincide with the World Science Festival in Brisbane in March 2018.

Many details are coming together, please add Friday 23 March - Sunday 26 March into your diaries and watch this space.