Science and Faith: the Wellington Winter Lectures

Despite changing Covid lock-down levels NZCIS was able to hold three successful events in Wellington

1: Introductory Lectures, held at St John’s Willis St, on 10 July
Dr. Nicola Hoggard Creegan, ‘Contemporary Themes’
Dr. Graeme Finlay, ‘Theology of Immunology’
Prof. John Stenhouse, ‘Reception of Darwin in Early NZ’
Amy Ross, ‘Christian and Environmental Justice’
Sarah Beattie, ‘Ancient Light: Illuminating Science and Theology’

2. Physics Panel, held at Wellington Central Baptist, July 21:
Dr. Sean Devine, ‘Science, Narratives and Christian Faith’
Prof. Jeff Tallon, ‘Physics and Faith’

3. Science and Spirituality, at the Cathedral of St Paul on July 28th:
Dr. Nicola Hoggard Creegan, ‘Does Nature have a Face?’
Andrew Saunders, ‘Science and Spirituality: A Cyclist’s View’
Dr. Andrew Shepherd, ‘The Personhood of Nature and Ecological Justice’
Lectures available on request

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