Case #27 is just about to go to press. Our theme for this issue is ‘Acts of God’, looking at natural disasters and the questions they pose for Christians: Should Christians defend God’s justice in the face of earthquakes, cyclones and the like, and if so, how? Does the media report on disasters in an ethical way, and how can Christians make a difference? How have Christians interpreted natural disasters throughout history? Can we predict or control natural disasters?
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CASE and ISCAST (Institute for the Study of Christianity in an Age of Science and Technology) are delighted to invite you to the following lecture this coming Monday evening. For more information, click here.
How we became human from the beginning. The current evidence and what may a Christian make of it?
Emeritus Professor Michael Knight
7:30pm, Monday July 18th, Main Common Room, New College, UNSW
Michael is an Emeritus Professor of Hydrogeology at the University of Technology, Sydney.
Make sure you also have the next CASE-ISCAST lecture with Nancey Murphy in your diary:
Did my neurons make me do it?
7:30pm, Tuesday August 23rd, Main Common Room, New College, UNSW
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