For information about Christians in Science as an organisation, you can view our brochure here. If you would like print copies of this brochure for your local group, church or event, please contact the Development Officer (DO@cis.org.uk)
This new online magazine is a collaboration between CiS and our American sister organisation, the ASA. The magazine features a broad range of content with essays, poetry, cartoons, feature articles, stories, and more about the intersection of science and faith. Click here to be taken to God and Nature.
Science and Christian belief is a professional journal published twice a year and sent free of charge to all our members. An online version can be viewed here although an online subscription is required.
We have a growing number of online articles, talks and links on a wide variety of topics. To browse these by topic please click here or use the topic links on the right.
The Faraday Institute, based at St. Edmunds College Cambridge, is closely linked to CiS and has a huge range of lectures and other resources.
The BioLogos forum is an American organisation founded by Francis Collins specifically to distribute resources on science and faith.
Revd Dr John Polkinghorne’s Q&A page John Polkinghorne tackles his most frequently asked questions.
Science and Religion Forum (SRF) “Promotes discussion between scientific understanding and religious thought”
Test of FAITH Introductory resources from The Faraday Institute on science and faith.
Transform Work UK An organisation aiming to encourage and equip Christians in the workplace through Christian Workplace Groups
CiS has a number of sister organisations around the world. Links to their pages and resources can be found here:
American Scientific Affiliation (ASA) (American counterpart to CiS)
Canadian Scientific and Christian Affiliation (CSCA) (Canadian counterpart to CiS)
Institute for the Study of Christianity in an Age of Science and Technology (ISCAST) (Australian counterpart to CiS)
Réseau des Scientifiques Evangéliques – Network of Evangelical Scientists (France & Switzerland)