• Christians in Science

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

  • CiS/ASA/CSCA Conference

    ‘From Cosmos to Psyche: All things hold together in Christ’

    The call for abstracts has now been closed.

    Click here for full conference details.

  • “Thinking About…”

    We have just released a new set of resources for churches: “Thinking About…”

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

  • Student Conference, 2014

    Audio recordings and presentations are now available from our 2014 student conference: Mind and Matter

    Click here for resurces

    More information
  • 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.


Members of CiS receive:

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

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Welcome to Christians in Science

Thank you for visiting the Christians in Science website!

RESOURCE: Delight in Creation: the life of a scientist – article by Andy Crouch from ASA’s journal, Perspectives on Science and Christian Faith

EVENT: From Cosmos to Psyche: All things hold together in Christ
Joint CiS / ASA / CSCA conference. 25th-28th July, 2014. McMaster University, Hamilton, Ontario, Canada.
Further Details, click here.

Upcoming Events


Leeds - Research into defeating Alzheimer's Disease.

On Tuesday 29th April, at 7:30 for 8 pm, the Leeds group will welcome Professor Nigel Hooper, Leeds University, speaking on ‘Research into defeating Alzheimer’s Disease.’


Manchester - Making sense of Jesus' miracles

On Wednesday May 7th, at 6pm in Cafe Muse, the Manchester group will be joined by Dr Henk Alting, who will be speaking on “Making sense of Jesus’ miracles”.


Oxford - 'The God Particle' play

On Thursday 8th May, we will be co-hosting a production of the play ‘The God Particle’ by James Cary. This is a romantic comedy that alludes in a light-hearted way to themes of science and faith. The performance will be followed by a panel discussion of science-faith issues.

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