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Uncategorized Vacancy for Research Associate: Narratives of Science and Theology (University...

The ECLAS project is looking to recruit an experienced postdoctoral research associate to join the project on a five-year contract, based at the University of York’s Department of Sociology. The position is available immediately and...

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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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Uncategorized We’re looking for a new secretary

We’re looking for a full-time project secretary to join us from January on a five-year, fixed term contract. This is a hybrid role based at St John’s College, Durham, with up to three days a...

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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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ECLAS IN THE NEWS ECLAS co-director retires as Bishop of Kingston

ECLAS co-director, the Rt Revd Dr Richard Cheetham, retires today after serving for 20 years as Bishop of Kingston in the diocese of Southwark. Bishop Richard will continue his work with ECLAS as the project...

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SCIENCE AND RELIGION From Wealth to Wonder: The Purpose of Science in Wider...

  What is the purpose of science in wider society? We are used to hearing STEM subjects promoted, both at school level and for adults considering retraining – one recent government campaign featured a photograph...

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SCIENCE AND RELIGION Messy Church Does Science shows theology and science have a...

Theology and science have got a lot in common. For one thing, they’re often considered too hard, or too abstract, for ordinary people to understand. Their study is — apparently — reserved to those rare...

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