In this Facebook age of “friending” anyone and everyone, it is incumbent on the church to articulate a rich and accessible theology of friendship for the world. Dr. Brian Edgar [fellow of ISCAST] has done it in God is Friendship: A Theology of Spirituality, Community and Society. The book explores friendship as spiritual formation, as the life of the church, and as a public good.
A review of the DVD "Exploring the God Question: Science, God and the Search for Truth"
"Exploring the God Question is a six-part documentary with accompanying group study material that explores the scientific evidence for and against God. This is a high production value series aimed at a wide audience, which challenges the viewers to decide for themselves whether God exists. A three-part version has also been produced for TV. The six part study version is reviewed here.
"The development of the Big Bang theory is an example of how faith responses can contribute to the scientific discussion in a positive way. Rodney Holder, an Anglican priest and former cosmologist, has contributed to this conversation for a number of years. He has just published a new book, ‘Big Bang Big God: A Universe designed for life?’ that aims to bring the debate to a wider audience."...
Controversies about science and faith - especially debates about creation and evolution - continue to engage Christian teachers and pastors. How do they deal with such questions and respond with answers that are both informed and intelligent?
Presentation materials and audio from the ISCAST-CASE Science-Faith Panel Discussion meeting held on Thursday 19th July 2012 at New College, NSW, with the discussion title: “The questions students ask: Science and Faith in the Classroom”.