We need someone, or a couple of people, to take on the role of organizing the local meetings for CiS Leeds. Please contact Abigail, our Development Officer to discuss.
Nothing but Atoms and Molecules?
Speaker: Rev Dr Rodney Holder, St Edmund’s College, University of Cambridge.
Wonders of the Living World: Biology, Belief, and the search for Meaning and purpose in the Universe
Speaker: Ruth Bancewicz, Faraday Institute, University of Cambridge.
The Absurdity of Natural Disasters: a scientific and theological perspective.
Adventures in Energy: Insulating our House – Talk and demonstration about house insolation and keeping warm in winter.
Creation Care: Gospel Mandate or Irritating Irrelevance?
Speaker: Professor Sam Berry, Biology Department, University College London
When Science becomes Controversial: Fracking and Fuel security, GM crops and feeding the world
Speaker: Rev Dr John Weaver
Hawking, Dawkins and God: Science and Religion in the Media
Speaker: Rev Prof David Wilkinson, University of Durham
Big Bang, Big God
Rev Dr Rodney Holder, The Faraday Institute, Cambridge
Faith and Wisdom in Science
Prof Tom McLeish, University of Durham
Research into defeating Alzheimer’s Disease
Prof Nigel Hooper, Leeds University
Oceans, climate change and Christianity: God’s story and the Earth’s story
Speaker – Professor Meric Srokosz
If Evolution is True, What Hope for Christianity
Speaker: Professor Simon Conway Morris FRS, Professor of Palaeobiology, Cambridge University
God and the Multiverse: A Response to Stephen Hawking
Speaker: Revd Dr Rodney Holder, Couser Director, The Faraday Institute for Science and Religion.
DNA and God
Speaker: Keith R. Fox, CiS Chair, Professor of Biochemistry and Director of Programmes at the Centre for Biological Sciences, University of Southampton.
Speaker: Revd Dr Ernest C. Lucas, Vice-Principal and Tutor in Biblical Studies, Bristol Baptist College
Sustainability in Crisis
Two films of speakers from the Cambridge Sustainability in Crisis Conference (Sept 2011)
GM Crops – What’s Your Problem?
Speaker: Professor John Bryant, Emeritus Professor of Bioethics at Exeter University