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Dr Graeme Finlay's ISCAST-CASE Lecture, Unequivocal Genetic Evidence for Human Evolution, and Implications for Christian Faith, on 5th July, is now available to view on demand.

 

 

 

ISCAST (Sydney) Lecture 2, at Robert Menzies College, Macquarie Univ. – Thurs. 7th July at 7.30 pm

Title:  Genetics, Evolution, Cancer, Suffering and God

Audio mp3 files of Dr Graeme Finlay's lecture and the Q & A session following it, and pdf copies of his PowerPoint slides are available for downloading now. (N.B., to save mp3 files to your computer, use right-click and choose ‘Save link as…’).

ISCAST-CASE* (Sydney) Lecture 1, at New College, UNSW - Tues. 5th July 2016 at 7.30 pm

Title: Unequivocal Genetic Evidence for Human Evolution, and Implications for Christian Faith

Audio mp3 files of Dr Graeme Finlay's lecture and the Q & A session following it, and pdf copies of his PowerPoint slides are available for downloading now. (N.B., to save mp3 files to your computer, use right-click and choose ‘Save link as…’).

We are pleased to report that The State of Play of the Science - Religion Dialogue in Australia: Six Emerging Themes, Six Key Strategies, Six Core Values (an ISCAST discussion paper) is now available for download.
 
To download the paper, please read more here.
 

Date: Thursday 7th July 2016 at 7.30 pm.

Speaker: Dr Graeme Finlay, MA, PhD, BTh, author of Human Evolution: Genes, Genealogies and Phylogenies (Cambridge University Press, 2013)

Lecture 2 Title:  Genetics, Evolution, Cancer, Suffering and God

Venue: College chapel (TCM Conference Room), Robert Menzies College (RMC), 136 Herring Rd, North Ryde NSW 2113.  (See Figs 1 and 2 below)

Macquarie University Station is about 3-5 min walking distance from the College (RMC) (see Figs. 1 & 2 below) , which can make train transport a good option.

A review of the film
'The Man Who Knew Infinity'
By Katherine Seaton, May 2016

 

 

 

On Saturday 2 April, Prof. Tom McLeish (UK) joined ISCAST Vic via webinar to discuss gravitational waves. This webinar is now live for viewing by all.

 

 

Vulnerability and care : Christian reflections on the philosophy of medicine / by Andrew Sloane
 
Medical and bioethical issues have spawned a great deal of debate in both public and academic contexts. Little has been done, however, to engage with the underlying issues of the nature of medicine and its role in human community. This book seeks to fill that gap by providing Christian philosophical and theological reflections on the nature and purposes of medicine and its role in a Christian understanding of human society.
 

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