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  • Christians in Science

    An organisation for those interested in the
    interaction between science and Christianity

  • “Thinking About…”

    Our brilliant range of resources for churches, “Thinking About…” are available to view online, with THREE NEW TITLES.

    View PDFs here, and email emily@cis.org.uk to order copies free!

  • Book Sale

    You can buy excellent Science-Faith books direct from CiS! View our stock here, and send order requests to DO@cis.org.uk

  • Student Conference 2015

    “Big Questions, Big Picture”

    Audio and Powerpoints from the day are available here

  • Northern Conference

    Saturday 18th April 2015, 10am – 4:30pm.

    Details here

  • Latest PréCiS

    The latest edition of our newsletter
    PréCiS can be viewed here

  • God and Nature Magazine

    God and Nature is a new online ASA / CiS magazine for anyone who has ever pondered the interaction between science and faith.

    godandnature.asa3.org/

Members of CiS receive:

  • A subscription to the CiS journal & regular newsletters
  • 10% off books
  • Free registration to their first conference

Join now for all these benefits!

Welcome to Christians in Science

Thank you for visiting the Christians in Science website!

STUDENT CONFERENCE: Audio and Powerpoints from the day are available here

Upcoming Events

2Mar

Reading - Can a Christian be a Scientist? Can a Scientist be a Christian?

Prof Keith Fox will join the Reading CiS group for their inaugral public meeting, in conjunction with Reading at Work. Keith will be asking the question ‘Can a Christian be a Scientist; and can a Scientist be a Christian?’

5Mar

Central South - God, Science and Evidence

Science has brought us medicine, technology, and unparalleled insights into the nature of our universe. Given this superb track record, should its powerful methods for gathering and organising evidence also be used when thinking about ultimate questions, including perhaps even the existence of God? Or is science, notwithstanding its power, poorly equipped to answer questions of meaning, value and purpose? And if so, could there be other rational ways to weigh relevant evidence?

Ard Louis is Professor of Theoretical Physics at the University of Oxford. He leads an interdisciplinary research group studying complex problems on the border between chemistry, physics and biology.

More information can be found on the flyer that can be downloaded by clicking here.

10Mar

Leeds - When Science becomes Controversial: Fracking and Fuel , GM crops and Feeding the World

The Leeds group will be joined by the Revd. Dr John Weaver, Chair of John Ray Initiative.

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