The Birmingham local group is run by students from the University of Birmingham. We meet on campus once a month to equip, encourage and pray for one another and to pray for our campus. For more information , click here.
We also hold fortnightly meetings in the Bratby Bar (Staff House) on campus, open to everyone. This is a great opportunity to informally discuss ‘science and faith’ issues and also to invite housemates and coursemates. Everyone is welcome, irrespective of subject studied!
Furthermore, we put on speaker events once a term, with a guest lecturer; which are open to people from all over the West Midlands.
“Being a Christian in Science”
A group of students are meeting to have a relaxed chat about the topic.
Can Christianity help Science to improve the world?
February 2015 – a discussion in conjunction with UB:ASH (University of Birmigham atheist, secularist and humanist society), with Peter Atkins and Andrew Steane.
Listen to the audio here
Science and Faith: Conflict or Harmony?
Speaker: Michael Poole
Listen to the audio here.
Science and Religion: are we playing God?
Science and Christiantity: the view inwards, upwards and outwards
Does Evolution Contradict Genesis?
Rev Dr Ernest Lucas, former vice principal, Bristol Baptist College
Listen to the recording of the event here
The Truth Behind Secular Mythology About Christianity and Science.
Dr Allan Chapman, Oxford University
Has Science Buried God?
Speaker: Dr Denis Alexander, The Faraday Institute for Science and Religion
Listen to a recording of the event here