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Developing Positive Science-Faith Engagement Across the Anglican Communion

 Helen Billam
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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 Scientists in Congregations and our Senior Leader Conferences, we hope the guide will help senior Christian leaders as they seek to develop relationships with scientists and affirm science as a gift from God.

The guide is accompanied by a short film of interviews between members of the Anglican Communion Science Commission and young scientists in their diocese, asking the questions: What excites you about your work? And how can the Church support you in it?

Watch “How Can the Anglican Communion Support Scientists?”

 

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