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The Atheist and His Metal Detector - by Frank Turek
 
I grew up on the Jersey shore. (No, it wasn’t like the TV show.) Every summer morning I’d see several men combing the beach with metal detectors looking for jewelry and change lost the day before. 
 

Date: Thursday 17th September 2015 at 7.30 pm.

Speaker: Professor Tom McLeish, MA, PHD, FRS

Lecture Topic: Faith and Wisdom in Science

 

Date: Thursday 4th June 2015 at 7.30 pm.
 
Speaker: Dr Andrew Brown,BA, BMin/BTh, BA (Hons), PhD
 
Lecture Title:The History of interpretation of Genesis 1*
 
Venue: Main Common Room, New College, UNSW.

 

Date: Monday 20th April 2015 at 7.30 pm.

Speaker: Dr Patricia Weerakoon, MBBS, MS, MHPEd

Lecture Title: The Science of Gender Identity

Venue: Main Common Room, New College, UNSW.

Event: A Harmonious Relationship: Can Science and Faith be Friends?

Speaker: James Garth

Date: Saturday 18th April, 2015

Venue: School Hall, Warragul Regional College, 55 Burke St. Warragul

Time: 6.30pm for a 7.00pm start

Tickets: $35. To pre-book please phone Chris Hannah (contact details on flyer)

 

If C.S. Lewis met E.T.
Scientists and Theologians on the possibility of extraterrestrial life

 

 

A group of leading biologists on Thursday called for a worldwide moratorium on use of a new genome-editing technique that would alter human DNA in a way that can be inherited.

 
 
ISCAST Vic Annual Lecture Review
 
 
This was the topic of this year’s ISCAST (Vic) annual lecture given by Prof. Bob White (FRS). We are all acutely conscious of natural disasters – tsunamis, bushfires, and the earthquake in Christchurch, New Zealand and so on.
 

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