On Common Ground: Science and Faith in Conversation

Can there be a mutually enhancing relationship between science and faith?
Do the findings of science challenge our faith in any way?
Can God feature in scientific discourse?
Is faith relevant in our contemporary ‘scientific world’?
Are scientists playing God? Can we use Christian ethics to evaluate the applications of science?
All are welcome - scientists, non-scientists, people of faith, atheists, or all of the above - to join us on Thursday evenings during Lent 2017 for a series of talks and panel discussions
7.30pm on 9 March, Exeter Cathedral

7.30pm on 9 March, Exeter Cathedral

Talk by Professor Tom McLeish FRS
7.30pm on 16 March, University of Exeter

7.30pm on 16 March, University of Exeter

Panel discussion chaired by Canon Dame Suzi Leather, with Prof John Bryant, Rt Rev Dame Sarah Mullally, Rev Dr John Searle, Dr Morven Shearer
7.30pm on 23 March, Exeter Cathedral

7.30pm on 23 March, Exeter Cathedral

Prof John Bryant in conversation with Dr Ruth Bancewicz and Professor Timothy Lenton
7.30pm on 30 March, Exeter Cathedral

7.30pm on 30 March, Exeter Cathedral

Panel discussion chaired by Dr Cherryl Hunt, with Dr Nick Higgs, Dr Rhoda Hawkins, Dr Chris Southgate, Dr Graham Swinerd, Rob Varley