Haere mai and welcome to 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.
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Latest from our blog
by Silvia Purdie Humans share with other animals a set of instant responses which protect us from threat. Our brains trigger our bodies to flight, fight or freeze before we have time to think. But when we get stuck in
by Silvia Purdie. Anxiety feels dreadful, and it can make us less intelligent and capable of solving problems. There’s plenty to be stressed about in 2022, but what is the alternative to chronic anxiety? Minister and counsellor Silvia Purdie identifies
“We are rooted in where we have come from but we are unfolding something new. This is a powerful idea for what needs to be happening within schools. There will be, I think, problems for many schools as they try
Petrus Simons Petrus has written a paper for the Catholic Lutheran Dialogue, outlining the reality of climate warming, biblical and theological responses, and concluding with a checklist expressing human responsibility. View full paper here. The blog image of the burning
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