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Does the Book of Job really speak to science today?
Does the Book of Job really speak to science today?
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Does the Book of Job really speak to science today?

Part of our ‘Short Answers to Big Questions’ series.

Is it possible to take the Bible seriously and believe in evolution?
Is it possible to take the Bible seriously and believe in evolution?
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Is it possible to take the Bible seriously and believe in evolution?

Part of our ‘Short Answers to Big Questions’ series.

How does a belief in evolution relate to the theme of the fallenness of humankind?
How does a belief in evolution relate to the theme of the fallenness of humankind?
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How does a belief in evolution relate to the theme of the fallenness of humankind?

Part of our ‘Short Answers to Big Questions’ series.

What about intelligent design?
What about intelligent design?
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What about intelligent design?

Part of our ‘Short Answers to Big Questions’ series.

What is wrong with creationism?
What is wrong with creationism?
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What is wrong with creationism?

Part of our ‘Short Answers to Big Questions’ series.

Doesn’t the Bible teach some form of creationism? After all, God is the Creator…
Doesn’t the Bible teach some form of creationism? After all, God is the Creator…
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Doesn’t the Bible teach some form of creationism? After all, God is the Creator…

Part of our ‘Short Answers to Big Questions’ series.

Varieties of Creation in the Bible – Emeritus Professor David Clines (Lecture)
Varieties of Creation in the Bible – Emeritus Professor David Clines (Lecture)
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Varieties of Creation in the Bible – Emeritus Professor David Clines (Lecture)

Emeritus Professor David Clines presenting at ‘New Directions in Cosmology’ in 2013. During his talk he discusses the different interpretations of creation – including the initial act of creation and the created world that comes into being.

Job, Wisdom and Making Peace with Nature – Professor Tom McLeish (Lecture)
Job, Wisdom and Making Peace with Nature – Professor Tom McLeish (Lecture)
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Job, Wisdom and Making Peace with Nature – Professor Tom McLeish (Lecture)

Professor Tom McLeish presenting at ‘New Directions in Cosmology’ in 2013. During his talk Tom draws on the writings of Job as a way of making clear links between science and Christianity.

The Privilege and Pain of Freedom: Creation and the Theology of Doing Science – Professor Tom McLeish (Lecture)
The Privilege and Pain of Freedom: Creation and the Theology of Doing Science – Professor Tom McLeish (Lecture)
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The Privilege and Pain of Freedom: Creation and the Theology of Doing Science – Professor Tom McLeish (Lecture)

Professor Tom McLeish reflects on the themes of chaos and freedom as a theologically interested and committed scientist. On completion of his publication Faith and Wisdom in Science he is often asked ‘does your Christian faith change the way you do physics?’. McLeish reflects on the answer to this important question.

Bible, History, Now – Professor Tom McLeish (Lecture)
Bible, History, Now – Professor Tom McLeish (Lecture)
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Bible, History, Now – Professor Tom McLeish (Lecture)

Professor Tom McLeish contextualises cosmology in light of Job – as both an Anglican lay reader and professional physicist.

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