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“God Saw That It Was Good” is a collaboration between BUEN – the Baptist Union Environment Network – and The Fuelcast. They have been made possible by a grant from ECLAS’ Scientists in Congregations programme. In
Eclipse and Revelation: Total Solar Eclipses in Science, History, Literature, and the Arts is the result of a seven-year project which Professor Tom McLeish edited with Prof Henrike Lange. As we approach both the first
We are thrilled to announce that, funded by a generous grant from the John Templeton Foundation, ECLAS is entering into new, international partnerships to form an innovative, global community of research and practice. This is
Photo by Liza Pooor This is the transcript of the Revd Prof David Wilkinson’s ‘Thought For the Day’ on BBC Radio 4, 19th February 2024. Good morning. The death of Alexei Navalny has led to an outpouring
Photograph: Bert Verhoeff for Anefo This is the transcript of the Revd Prof David Wilkinson’s ‘Thought For the Day’ on BBC Radio 4, 12th February 2024. Good morning. On this day 50 years ago, the Russian
The Rt Revd Dr Richard Cheetham, ECLAS Co-director for Global Engagement and member of the Anglican Communion Science Commission, reflects on the launch of ECLAS’ global partnerships. The partnerships developed by ECLAS in four different
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For the last decade, ECLAS has been working to equip senior Christian leaders with the tools, context and skills they need to engage confidently with science in their ministry and their personal faith.
ECLAS was born from the conviction that science is a gift from God, but that too often Christian leaders lack the confidence and tools to engage with scientific questions. Working with partners around the world, we want to create opportunities for church leaders to connect with science and scientists, to develop well-informed, theologically grounded, practical knowledge about the world and our place in it.
Research forms the basis of ECLAS’ work to drive culture change within the Church. Our research informs our policy work, resource development, and senior leaders’ conferences. Along with our international partners, our research focus is on how context -- covering geographic, cultural, theological, denominational, national, and political settings -- offer challenges and opportunities for Church leaders' engagement with science.
For the Lambeth Conference 2022, we have created a guide for clergy and senior leaders to developing positive science-faith engagement. Based on interviews with scientists and senior leaders, our own research, and case studies from ScientistsLEARN MORE
Five members of the Anglican Communion Science Commission interview young scientists in their dioceses. Together, they discuss how the Church can support scientists in their work and vocation.WATCH NOW
Five members of the Anglican Communion Science Commission interview young scientists in their dioceses. Together, they discuss how the Church can support scientists in their work and vocation.
Cranmer Hall was a recipient of a 2021 Science for Seminaries grant from ECLAS. Here, Revd Dr Paul Regan gives a short overview of the module and why science and faith have a historical precedent ofWATCH NOW
Cranmer Hall was a recipient of a 2021 Science for Seminaries grant from ECLAS. Here, Revd Dr Paul Regan gives a short overview of the module and why science and faith have a historical precedent of working together.