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Philosopher Immanuel Kant famously remarked that two things filled him with awe and wonder: “the starry heaven above me and the moral law within me.”

 

 

Stephen M. Barr reviews Owen Gingerich's book God's Planet.
 
According to a famous formulation of Stephen Jay Gould, science and religion constitute "non-overlapping magisteria" or "NOMA". What he meant is that they are separate domains, deal with different questions, and can never conflict if they keep within their own boundaries.
 
 
 

We are saddened to hear of the passing of Dr. John M. Templeton, Jr. (Jack), president and chairman of the John Templeton Foundation. Our thoughts and prayers are with Dr. Templeton's family and friends during this difficult time.

 

In advance of Peter Boghossian's discussion with Richard Schumack in Melbourne on 19 June, listen to the podcast that kicked off the 'faith debate'.

 

 

 

Two postdoctoral researchers took to the internet last month after having their research paper rejected for publication on laughably sexist grounds.

 
 
 

The Centre for the Study of Science, Religion and Society (http://centressrs.org) at Emmanuel College presents Robert Mann, Professor of Physics and Applied Mathematics at the University of Waterloo, Ontario, Canada, in conversation with Ross McKenzie, CSSRS Fellow and Professor of Physics at The University of Queensland. 

Date: Saturday 12th September 2015
 
We are currently planning this interactive workshop. Information will be updated as it is confirmed. Be sure to save the date.
Date: Friday 11th September 2015
 
Time 5.30pm TBC
 
Speaker: Professor Tom McLeish, MA, PHD, FRS
 
Venue: Ridley College - TBC
 

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