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New Zealand Christians in Science | Te Kāhui Whakapono ki Nga Kaipūtaiao o Te Motu.
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Conversations 2021: A webinar series in partnership with ISCAST ISCAST/NZCIS Conversations started on April 22nd 2021 and went through to July 1st. Each evening began at 8.15pm NZT and concluded at 9.30pm NZT. The 2021 series covered a range of
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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
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?
The Universe begins to look more like a great thought than a great machine.
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