CiS-St. Edmunds Cambridge Lecture Series
This termly lecture series on science and religion is a continuation of the earlier CiS – St Edmund’s College lecture series, re-named due to the fact that the series is now being funded as part of the activities of the Faraday Institute.
Previous lectures include:
- The Bible and the Emergence of Modern Science
Prof Peter Harrison
- Has Science eliminated God? Richard Dawkins and the Meaning of Life
Prof Alister McGrath
- Science and the Bible: Are they incompatible? The creation story as a test case
Rev Dr Ernest Lucas
- Can Scientists Believe in Miracles?
Prof Colin Humphreys
- Playing God: Scientific, Ethical, and Theological Challenges
Prof Gareth Jones
- Power & Responsibility: Science, Humanity and Religion in the 21st Century
Chief Rabbi Jonathan Sacks
- Do Science and Religion need each other?
Prof Roger Trigg
- Truth in Science: Proof, Persuasion & The Galileo affair
Prof Owen Gingerich
- Hawking, Dawkins & the Matrix
Revd Dr David Wilkinson
- Preserving Biodiversity: Is there a Biblical Reason?
Sir Gillean Prance
- Has Science made Religion Redundant?
Revd Dr John Polkinghorne, KBE
- Global Warming: The Science, the Impacts & the Politics
Sir John Houghton
- Darwinism & Religion: A Revisionist View of the Wilberforce-Huxley Debate
Prof John Hedley Brooke
- Psychology & Christianity: The view both ways
Prof Malcolm Jeeves
- The Problem of Mental Causation: How does reason get its grip on the brain?
Prof Nancey Murphey
- Stem Cells
Lord Walton of Detchant
More lectures can be found on the official CiS/Faraday Lecture webpage, as well as details of up-coming events.