You are invited to the following ISCAST-CASE lecture, with details as follows:
Title: Genetics, Evolution and Christian Faith
Speaker: Dr Graeme Finlay, University of Auckland
Thursday, 17 Sep 2009 at 7:30 pm
Venue: Common Room, New College, at the University of NSW
Cost (on entry): $15 (or $10 concession for pensioners or students)
Dr. Finlay is a Senior Lecturer in General Pathology in the Dept of Molecular Medicine and Pathology at the University of Auckland, New Zealand. He is a committed evangelical Christian keenly interested in the relationship of science and the Christian faith. He is also one of the invited speakers at the coming COSAC 2009, Conference on Science and Christianity from Sep 18-20 in Geelong. For further information about Dr Finlay, the lecture and his abstract, please visit the ISCAST website.
The Centre for Apologetic Scholarship and Education (CASE) will be conducting two upcoming training sessions for those who would like to be able to give talks on Christian ethics at the beginning and end of life. The two evenings of training will be held at New College Village, University of NSW on 23 September and 3 November and are open to all. RSVP for the first workshop is preferred today. For more information click here or download your invitation.
All three talks are now available for download. The MP3 files of all 3 New College Lectures talks are now available, click here.
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