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Review of Graham Ward's book, Unbelievable: why we believe and why we don't
Rowan Williams - Master of Magdalene College Cambridge, January 2015

 

 

The prophets, the kingdom of God, and global warming
George Emeleus, December 2014
 
 
 
 
 
Neuroimaging, the sense of self and the sense of God
Andrew Wood, November 2014.

 

 

The way of the snake and the dove – a way forward for ISCAST
Jonathan Clarke, November 2014
 
 
Dominion over nature — Is traditional Christianity really the eco-villain?
Robert Brennan, August 2014.
 
 
 

The sense of an ending
Sydney L Green, January 2014.            

   

Reason or religious affections — a false dichotomy in divine revelation as a legacy of the early modern construction of divine agency in the world
Robert Brennan, October 2013.

                                                                          

Temple theology and creation
Gregory Jacobs SJ, January 2013

 

798270 Quantum uncertainty and the action of God
John Pilbrow, January 2013

 

Creatio ex ethica or the ethical cause of our universe: a brief account
M
 J Rice, October 2012.

                                                                          

798270Children of God: the awkward teenage years
Michael Smith, April 2012
 

954634Reading Scripture badly: the technological threat to biblical literacy
Murray Hogg, February 2012

 

425154Reflections on the Christian mind
Alan Gijsbers, February 2012

 

Front CoverReview of Nancey Murphy's book 'Theology in the age of scientific reasoning (Cornell Studies in the Philosophy of Religion)'
Murray Hogg, June 2011

 

 

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Towards a post-modern apologetic
Alan Gijsbers, August 2011

 

by James Garth (ISCAST)
July 2011

How to read the Bible in the 21st century
Frank O'Dea, December 2010.

 

Calvin and the Natural Order: Positives and problems for science-faith dialogue
Brian Edgar, July 2010.
 

Review of Michael Poole's book 'The New Atheism: 10 Arguments that Don't Hold Water'
Bruce Craven, May 2010.

                                                                          

Assumptions of Science and the Christian Tradition
Mark Worthing, October 2009.

 

Making sense of faith in the age of science and technology
Prof. John R Pilbrow, August 2009.
 
 

Divine action and the problem of miracles
Mark Worthing, July 2009.            

                                                                          

I and Thou
Alan Gijsbers, November 2008. 

                                                                

The ISCAST Tree
Helen Joynt, September 2008.


                     

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

 

Explanation and Belief
Bruce Craven, April 2008.

 

Why all the fuss about Stem Cells?
Allan J Day, November 2007.

 

Are God's Actions Hidden in Chaos?
Bruce Craven, June 2006.

 

God in the Midst of Suffering
John W Olley, May 2006.

 

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

 

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

 

Death of Science?
Bruce Craven, November 2003 

                                                                                               

What is Real? Seeking realities in understanding faith: Astronomy, astrology and the Kingdom of Heaven
Merrill Kitchen, August 2008.

            

The Bible as Communication
W Grainge Clarke, December 2007.

            

                                                                          

Then a miracle occurs: the blessing and limitations of science A bishop looks at science from the viewpoint of the Christian faith
Robert Forsyth, November 2006.

            

Phenomenal Cosmic Power, Itty-bitty Living Space? Reflections on the Incarnation in an Einsteinian Universe
Andrew Sloane, October 2005

 

Modern Science and Christian Belief Should Be at Peace
Peter H Barry, October 2005

 

The Impact of Einstein's Relativity on Christian Thought
John R Pilbrow, July 2005

 

Science and Christian Faith - Conceptions and Misconceptions
Allan J Day, January 2000

                                                      

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