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Access a range of resources related to the Christian Leadership in an Age of Science project. Search by Theological or Scientific index to find something that interests you.

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Celebrating the Climate Champions Whose Faith is Their Superpower

Sir John Houghton and Dr Katharine Hayhoe are Christians whose faith motivates their scientific work.

by Helen Billam
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The Most Successful Conspiracy Theory In History

The year was 1874. The scientist John William Draper had just published a book, the History of the Conflict between Religion and Science, which explored the intrinsic hostility between science and religion. The same year,...

by Helen Billam
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Three Minute Theology: Why do Christians need eco-theology?

Dr Jeremy Kidwell explores the value and importance of eco-theology. This video from Nazarene Theological College was supported by an ECLAS Science for Seminaries grant.

by Helen Billam
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Exploring Religion and Moral Psychology

A conversation between Dr Tobias Tanton and Revd Jennifer Brown from Ripon College Cuddesdon. Cuddesdon received an ECLAS Science for Seminaries award in 2021 to redevelop a core module on soteriology, currently taught to all...

by Helen Billam
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Where Science Meets Faith: A short course for small groups

This five-week course designed for small groups will guide you through an exploration of scientific topics from the Big Bang to evolution, accompanied by Bible readings and discussion questions.

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Science Across the Anglican Communion

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.

by Helen Billam
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Life, the Universe, and the James Webb Space Telescope

Prof Martin Ward, Emeritus Professor of Physics at Durham University, worked on the James Webb Space Telescope. He talks us through the first images sent back and what they can tell us about the early...

by Helen Billam
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Developing Positive Science-Faith Engagement Across the Anglican Communion

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...

by Helen Billam
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Scientists in Congregations strand video

by ECLAS Team
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Preaching for Specific Learning Difficulties

    A three-part workshop on preaching for and with specific learning difficulties, including dyslexia, dyscalculia and ADHD. Part of a Science for Seminaries-funded project at Ripon College Cuddesdon.

by Helen Billam
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Science for Seminaries strand video

by Helen Billam
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Dr Diane Waggoner – Going the Other Way: Lewis Carroll’s Photography and Through the...

A keynote presentation from the University of York and ECLAS-sponsored conference on ‘Through the Looking Glass’.

by Helen Billam
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Human Being and Becoming: Practical Wisdom and the Ethical Challenges of Gene Editing –...

A keynote presentation from the ECLAS conference ‘From Reading to Writing Genes’ on applying Aquinas’ ideas for practical wisdom to the ethical challenges of human genome editing

by Helen Billam