New Zealand Christians in Science | Te Kāhui Whakapono ki Nga Kaipūtaiao o Te Motu.

We are a resourcing network promoting the conversation between science and faith.

Full members of NZCIS are scientists in industry and the academy who are Christians. Associate members are anyone with an interest in science and theology.

Welcome to the NZCIS website which is packed with talks, blogs, videos, resources and courses for small groups, and information about our team.

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Conversations 2022: Creation Care

The ISCAST–NZCIS Conversations, Part One 202210 weekly virtual conversations from the 3rd of March to the 12th of May. discussing one of the most important, complex, and pressing themes of today: Creation Care in the Climate-Change Century. Creation Care in

Lectures 2021

Lectures 2021

‘Conversations Series 2’: View HERE An intriguing ‘mixed bag’ of topics, shared with our Australian counterparts ISCAST. Weekly 1-hour webinar covering a range of aspects of the conversation between science and faith, including Mathematics and Faith, Attachment theory, Metaphysics, exegeting

Children: teaching science and faith

March 2021 Education, Science and Faith Seminar The above summary, as well as other notes and slides from the seminar are available to view below: Silvia Purdie’s Summary (as above) Dr. Nicola Hoggard’s Notes Jody Kilpatrick’s Notes Jennifer Lewis’ Presentation

Upcoming Events

Wellington Winter LecturesSaturday 6 August St Johns Presbyterian Church, Willis St9.00 a.m. – 3.00 p.m.$10 Register here Offered by New Zealand Christians in Science in partnership with local churchesSpeakers:  Prof. Jeff Tallon, ‘Seeing the Invisible – black holes, the universe and

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I do not feel obliged to believe that the same God who has endowed us with sense, reason , and intellect has intended us to forgo their use.


The question from agnosticism is, Who turned on the lights? The question from faith is, Whatever for?

Annie Dillard

The Universe begins to look more like a great thought than a great machine.

Sir James Jeans

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