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CHURCH ACTION Extinction and Biodiversity: Public Panel Discussion

Extinction is a big and sometimes overwhelming topic. It’s hard to get our brains around the scope of extinction in geological time, and to make sense of human responsibility in the present. Does God will...

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FUNDING Introducing our newest Science for Seminaries partners

Image: A Cranmer student interacting with a robot at an AI and Robotics Study Day in 2022 We have awarded grants to four theological colleges under our Science for Seminaries programme. Over the next year,...

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CHURCH ACTION Send us your applications for Scientists in Congregations 

We are now accepting applications for Scientists in Congregations projects for 2024-25.  We have eight grants available of up to £10,000 each for churches and church partnerships in the UK and the Republic of Ireland. We...

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SCIENCE AND RELIGION Remembering Tom McLeish: Science, Religion and Big Questions

  On 27th February 2023, ECLAS lost friend and co-founder Prof Tom McLeish. He remains greatly missed. In the words of ECLAS Project Director, the Revd Prof David Wilkinson, A year on and we continue...

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SCIENCE AND RELIGION The Vastness of Space

Image: European Space Agency ESO/M. Kornmesser This is the transcript of the Revd Prof David Wilkinson’s ‘Thought For the Day’ on BBC Radio 4, 26th February 2024. Good morning. Space is big, not least in the...

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Uncategorized Navalny and those who hunger and thirst for righteousness

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...

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Uncategorized Solzhenitsyn and Speaking Truth to Power today

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...

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CHURCH ACTION BAPTIST UNION ENVIRONMENT NETWORK LAUNCHES ‘GOD SAW THAT IT WAS...

“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....

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