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The second Case discussion group for 2009 will be held THIS Thursday 30 July 2009. It will focus on the topic of God and Science as well as more specific issues raised in Case 19 and will be led by Dr Lewis Jones. We thought that one way that we could add to the value of Case magazine and learn from one another is to organise a discussion group after each edition of the magazine is published. Case 19, based on the theme of The God of Science is out now. Anyone is welcome to join us on Thursday 30 July to discuss the issues raised in the articles (on naturalism and the biblical worldview, God and evolution, Belief in God, the role and limits of science in moral reasoning) and other ways in which we can think about science from a Christian perspective. So join us for a roundtable with Dr Lewis Jones on this topic. The details:
A recap on the contents of Case 19…
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New College, University of NSW, 2052.
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