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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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Theological and Scientific Perspectives on Signs, Wonders and Miracles – Amos Yong

A recorded lecture from the Institute of Pentecostal Theology, as part of a Science for Seminaries project.

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Lecture on AI and the Image of God – Dr Max Baker-Hytch

As artificial intelligence technology develops, how might it influence the way we think about ourselves as humans made in the image of God? A recorded lecture by Dr Max Baker-Hytch, tutorial fellow in Philosophy at...

by Helen Billam
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The Rise of the Moral Machines – Prof Nigel Crook

A recorded lecture from Wycliffe Hall as part of the ECLAS Science for Seminaries programme.

by Helen Billam
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Science-Engaged Theology in the Media

An online retreat for senior Church leaders about how Church leaders can witness to Christ while engaging in public debates around science-related topics such as vaccines and climate change, which took place on 6 December...

by Helen Billam
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Teaching Christian Spirituality and Science

Revd Dr Alan Gregory and Revd Prof Charlotte Sleigh from St Augustine’s College of Theology talk about their course on spirituality and how it engaged with diverse scientific disciplines.

by Helen Billam
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Science and Theology at Nazarene Theological College

Visiting Lecturer Dr Gavin Merrifield gives a taster of what ordinands at Nazarene Theological College have covered in their Science for Seminaries-funded course.

by Helen Billam
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Cranmer Hall – Life on Earth lecture

Cranmer Hall received an ECLAS Science for Seminaries grant in 2021. Here, course director Revd Dr Paul Regan talks through one of the lectures he gave as part of the course, focusing on life on...

by Helen Billam
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Cranmer Hall – Introduction to ‘A History of Science and Faith’ module

Cranmer Hall was a recipient of a 2021 Science for Seminaries grant from ECLAS. Here, Revd Dr Paul Regan gives a short overview of the module and why science and faith have a historical precedent...

by Helen Billam
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Science, Science Fiction and Spirituality with David Wilkinson

Revd Prof David Wilkinson speaks on ‘Science, Science-fiction and Spirituality’ as part of the 2021 Laing Lecture at the London School of Theology.

by Helen Billam
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Church Is a Place Where Science Happens

This video explores how programmes such as Scientists in Congregations help affirm churches as places where science happens.

by Helen Billam
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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