Christians in Science hosts a number of conferences each year including a London conference, a northern conference and a student conference.

Student Conference, 2015: “Big Questions, Big Picture”

Join us for our annual Christians in Science day conference for Students!

Saturday 21st February 2015, Open to all students, undergraduate and postgraduate.

At The London Institute for Contemporary Christianity (LICC), St Peter’s Church, Vere St, London W1G 0DQ (Just off Oxford Street).

This year’s Student Conference is right in the heart of London, and will be getting right to the heart of what it means to be a Christian in Science!

With contributions from leading academics, Theologians and other students, we’ll be tackling a broad spectrum of “Big Questions”, from ‘Where did we come from?’ to ‘Where are we going?’ and everything in-between – helping us not just to ask the Big Questions, but to see God’s Big Picture too.

There will even be space for you to contribute. Submit your 250 word abstract for a 10 minute talk on “The Big Questions of Science and Faith” by Friday 23rd January to the Development Officer at emily@cis.org.uk – and two or three will be selected to present their talk at the conference itself.

Confirmed Speakers include:
Dr Gavin Merrifield – Institute of Neuroscience and Psychology, University of Glasgow
Paul Roberts – DPhil Student in computational Biology, Mathematical Institute, University of Oxford
Dr Chris Willmott – Senior Lecturer in Biochemistry, University of Leicester
Dr Denis Alexander – Emeritus Director of the Faraday Institute for Science and Religion
Ruth Valerio
 – Churches and Theology Director, Arocha UK

To book in download and complete the Student conference booking form and email to emily@cis.org.uk

Titles, details and recordings of talks from previous conferences can be accessed here.