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  • Christians in Science

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

  • Laudato si: a response

    Christians in Science responds to Pope Francis’s encyclical, Laudato si

  • Student Essay Competition

    The 2015 Student Essay Competition is now open!

    Details and titles available here

    Full terms and conditions here

  • Southern Conference, 2015

    Booking is now open for the Southern Conference, 2015: The Problem of Suffering in the World

    Details and booking here

  • BREAKING NEWS: from Templeton Religion Trust

    We are delighted to announce that the Templeton Religion Trust has taken the decision to award us a substantial grant for a new project entitled “Equipping and supporting the next generation of Christians in Science”.

  • “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!

  • 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/

  • Latest PréCiS

    The latest edition of our newsletter
    PréCiS can be viewed here

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

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NEWS

Upcoming Events

4Nov

Bristol - Science, Faith, and God: Richard Dawkins vs C S Lewis on the Meaning of Life, with Prof Alister McGrath

Prof Alister McGrath will join the Bristol group to speak on the subject ‘Science, Faith and God: the Big Questions’ on Wednesday 4th November, 2015.

4Nov

Three Counties Borders - Big Bang, Big God: a Universe Designed for Life

The inaugural meeting of the Three Counties Borders group will welcome Dr Rodney Holder, who will speak on ‘Big Bang, Big God: a Universe Designed for Life’.

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