Category: CHURCH ACTION

CHURCH ACTION Looking ahead to 2023: Three Church leaders on their hopes...

The last year has seen exciting and challenging scientific developments, from the launch of the James Webb space telescope, to a breakthroughs in nuclear fusion technology. We asked three Church leaders about their reflections on...

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CHURCH ACTION What is a Theology of Science, and why do we...

One of the great things about ECLAS is the way that the project works on so many levels and looks at science and the Christian Church from so many different perspectives. These include our conferences...

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CHURCH ACTION Science and sacred spaces: How churches can bridge the science-faith...

Gaia on display at Holy Trinity, Boar Lane in Leeds City Centre, November 2022 You may have seen science events in your nearest cathedral – Dippy the Dinosaur, STEM trails, light shows that aim to...

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CHURCH ACTION COP27 and what to hope for when things keep getting...

Glacier on Kilimanjiro. Photo by Lazary Simba – Own work, CC BY-SA 4.0 The COP27 conference starts this coming Sunday in Sharm El Sheikh, and in the run-up we’ve seen the now-familiar burst of media...

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CHURCH ACTION How churches can engage with science in the wake of...

This is a guest post from Professor Stephen Smye OBE, Hon FRCP, FIPEM; member of the steering group for the Scientists in Congregations-funded project ‘The Uneasy Sleeps of Max Maxwell: Waking up to Artificial Intelligence.’...

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CHURCH ACTION ‘The Uneasy Sleeps Of Max Maxwell’ Theatre Tour – How...

We are delighted to support Riding Lights Theatre Company through our Scientists in Congregations programme to develop and stage a new touring production centring on artificial intelligence in modern-day life. The Uneasy Sleeps of Max...

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CHURCH ACTION ECLAS and the Lambeth Call on Science and Faith

With the title “God’s church for God’s world”, it is fitting that the recent Lambeth Conference of global Anglican bishops made science and its interaction with Christian faith a major theme. The Archbishop of Canterbury...

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CHURCH ACTION Scientists in Congregations guest post: Wild and Wonderful

Guest post from Petra Crofton, Scientists in Congregations project co-director at St Lawrence Church in Barnwood and author of Science Geek Christy and her Eco-Logbook. I am a project co-director for a Scientists in Congregations...

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